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[email protected] is an e-mail address belonging to the Centre for Cyber Security Belgium (CCB). If you have any doubts about the authenticity of a message, you can forward it to this e-mail address before deleting the message yourself.

When forwarding the suspicious message, we recommend using caution and taking care not to unintentionally click on the link or attachment in the message. The CCB cannot be held liable for any erroneous actions taken by the user when using this free service.

What do we do with these messages?

The information forwarded to this e-mail address will be automatically scanned using advanced anti-virus technology.

Only messages sent by the recipient of the suspicious e-mail will be processed. In the event of a potentially positive scan result, a technical expert will carefully examine the content of the message in order to ensure that it can no longer disrupt the proper functioning of the network and electronic communication.

The CCB will pass on fraudulent messages to the main anti-virus companies and suppliers of Internet browsers. These will in turn include the viruses in their antivirus programs and block the fake links.

In this way, we make the Internet a safer place again.

Does the user receive a personal answer?

Given the large number of potential messages to be answered, it will not be possible to inform each user about the result of the analysis.

Data protection

The CCB, in its capacity as a national authority for cybersecurity in Belgium, monitors compliance with the legal provisions in the areas of security of personal data and electronic communication.

Questions about this topic can be sent to the following e-mail address: [email protected]

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