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Be really careful out there people. Do NOT ever type in your seed phrase if asked for it no matter who it is asking for it. The only time you need to enter your seed phrase is if you are trying to recover your wallet; and in that case make sure it is a legitimate app you are using before you start typing.
Be really careful out there people. Do NOT ever type in your seed phrase if asked for it no matter who it is asking for it. The only time you need to enter your seed phrase is if you are trying to recover your wallet; and in that case make sure it is a legitimate app you are using before you start typing.
Although MetaMask has warned its users of the phishing bot, some of its users appear to have been scammed before, with a Twitter user. reply: “So there is no way to get our token back, is there?” According to me, using the phrase key less and carefully, you can avoid such scame.
Although MetaMask has warned its users of the phishing bot, some of its users appear to have been scammed before, with a Twitter user. reply: “So there is no way to get our token back, is there?” According to me, using the phrase key less and carefully, you can avoid such scame.
Yeah, Well said. I highly recommend using a separate browser profile only for MetaMask with no other extensions installed, and only use this browser profile for sites that require MetaMask. This will also prevent other extensions that you normally use going rogue and reading data from MM.
Yeah, Well said. I highly recommend using a separate browser profile only for MetaMask with no other extensions installed, and only use this browser profile for sites that require MetaMask. This will also prevent other extensions that you normally use going rogue and reading data from MM.
General ledger users have also been inundated with phishing attempts, two major breaches of the company’s servers leading to the leaking of personal information, including email addresses, phone numbers and even physical addresses. The form asks for the passphrase passphrase which can be used to reappear users’ crypto wallets. MetaMask said it does not have a Google Docs-based support system, urging users to search for help from the “Get Help” option in the MetaMask app itself. even to avoid being scammed.
General ledger users have also been inundated with phishing attempts, two major breaches of the company’s servers leading to the leaking of personal information, including email addresses, phone numbers and even physical addresses. The form asks for the passphrase passphrase which can be used to reappear users’ crypto wallets. MetaMask said it does not have a Google Docs-based support system, urging users to search for help from the “Get Help” option in the MetaMask app itself. even to avoid being scammed.
>"MetaMask is warning users about a new phishing bot trying to steal seed phrases via Google Docs." "The latest MetaMask phishing scam asks users for their seed phrase in a Google Docs form posing as an official support portal.Crypto wallet provider MetaMask has alerted its users of a new phishing bot that attempts to steal their seed phrases."
>"MetaMask is warning users about a new phishing bot trying to steal seed phrases via Google Docs." "The latest MetaMask phishing scam asks users for their seed phrase in a Google Docs form posing as an official support portal.Crypto wallet provider MetaMask has alerted its users of a new phishing bot that attempts to steal their seed phrases."
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