Once I got a mail from my bank saying that my account is facing some issues and I need to login to the account and re-validate some information. They also sent a link to go to login page. That time I was not that much informed of various scams and I clicked on the link. I landed up on the bank’s login page and I was least suspicious. But I was fortunate to look at the address bar and found that the site doesn’t start with “https” but with “http”. There is also no padlock sign in the bar. I sense the danger and suddenly closed the site. I just forwarded this mail to the bank’s customer care team who confirmed me that it was a phishing attempt. Had I logged in without checking the credentials I would have lost a considerable amount of money. So some small steps can go a long way in ensuring safe online banking. Have you ever experienced any phishing attempts?