If you receive any suspicious email, you may forward the email message to email@example.com to inform others about such scams. If you believe you have received spam or an email that is “phishing” for important private information, please do not reply to the email or open any attachments. Spammers use dozens of tricks to get through email filters that block messages containing frequently used spam words. Monday is the busiest day of the week for email spam, and Saturday the quietest. Our best defense is to stay up to date and aware of the threats, choose secure passwords, upgrade existing insecure passwords, and be alert for attempts via email or a web page to force a download of unknown software, or divulge personal information.