Re: Securing verizon?


If you mean they are getting messages that claim to come from Verizon but don't, that has nothing to do with passwords or anything else in their account settings.  It has nothing to do with their accounts being hacked.  Any spammer can send any e-mail message to anyone and make the to line seem as though it comes from anyone.  They can claim to be from the IRS, Social Security Administration, Verizon, your next door neighbor, anyone. 
If someone is using their account to send mail to others or looking at their e-mail, that's different and passwords should be changed. 
Your message sounds as though it’s the first of these things that is occurring.  They should just delete such messages or report them to the appropriate department at Verizon, though I think that is a waste of time.

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Sent: Thursday, August 01, 2019 10:06 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] Securing verizon?


I've got some people who have verizon email addresses and they keep
getting what I know to be fake/phishing verizon emails. They're
getting a little peranoid and doing password change isn't calming them
even though they do it everytime. Is there a way to tighten up
verizon's email access on their side, maybe 2fa? I'm assuming they're
accessing either via phone (it would be an iPhone if it is) or pc
browser webmail access.


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