In any such unsolicited e-mail, be sure you take a look at the sender’s handle. A key clue in any phishing e-mail is a slight misspelling of an actual handle or URL. For instance, with the Ledger phishing rip-off, the e-mail was from a “legder.com” URL, which is misspelled. An attacker will strive to make the incoming e-mail appear as actual as doable, so all the time double-check. Another tip is to hover over any hyperlink to see the place it’s main. Just as a result of bitcoin.org is highlighted with a hyperlink doesn’t imply it really goes to bitcoin.org, for instance.