Spam filters should be used for email
Although email providers typically include spam filters, this means that it will be easier for you to back up which emails are considered suspicious. Spam automatically.
Make use of a reverse IP lookup service
To confirm the sender of the email you received, use the reverse lookup tool to find the domain name linked with the IP address. You’re dealing with an email spoofing attack if the IP address isn’t the same as where the email is supposed to come from.
Make use of a sub-domain
It’s much more difficult to spoof an email sent over a subdomain.
Anti-malware software should be used
Anti-malware software can aid in the prevention of email spoofing by detecting spoofing attacks and identifying and blocking dangerous URLs. When the software detects a dubious sender or email, it can prevent the faked email from ever reaching your inbox.
Keep your password safe
Consider Two-Factor Authentication when a for all intents and purposes strong password isn’t enough.