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How to Secure Your Digital Currency?

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With the value of digital currency on the rise, it’s more important than ever to take steps to help keep your digital currency safe. Please remember ERC Token.Exchange will never ask for your password, two-factor authentication code, or remote access to your computer.

Our top priority is the safety and security of customer funds. We work hard to proactively detect and prevent attempts to compromise customer accounts. It’s also important that customers take appropriate steps to minimize the risk of having their accounts compromised. Here are a few things you can do to protect your account:

Create long, random and unique passwords for each account. Using a password manager such as 1Password or Last Pass can make this easy to manage.

Install two-factor authentication (2FA) for all of your accounts. We recommend Google Authenticator or another offline authenticator app such as Duo or 1Password. At a minimum, you should have two-factor authentication installed for all of your email accounts and your ERC Token. Exchange account. If you use Gmail as your email provider consider the Advanced Protection Program. You can read more about how to install two-factor authentication on your ERC Token. Exchange account here.

Ask your mobile provider to add additional protections to your account. For example, request a PIN for your account, a port freeze for your number, and and SIM lock for your device so attackers can’t transfer your phone number to a new carrier. If your carrier does not support these protections, consider changing to a carrier that does.

Be on the lookout for emails pretending to be from ERC Token. Exchange (known as “phishing attempts”). This is the most common way customers have their account compromised. We recommend bookmarking important websites and avoid clicking on hyperlinks or opening attachments in emails. ERC Token. Exchange will never ask for your password, 2FA code, or remote access to your computer.

Confirm you are using authentic ERC Token. Exchange support. Only contact ERC Token. Exchange through our verified email address and phone number — email support: support@erctoken.exchange Fake ERC Token. Exchange customer support numbers and pages are on the rise. Please be careful to verify any information you find on the internet, social media, and email.

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If you are worried about losing your passwords to phishing scams, or otherwise -- a password manager for complex hashes would be essential - most browsers will do this for you. The surest way is to not engage with the majority of these ICOs and HYIPs! and if you do, consider cold storage as a reasonable level of protection. Most people will not, however. xD

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You can protect your wallets, you need to use all available means of protection and not interact with questionable sites and do not download unknown applications. As long as the money you control you have nothing to fear.

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I wanted to say about ethereum that the Enemy must be known in person. Watch for the notorious 'intermediaries' - those who are trying to wedge between you and your destination. To obtain your data using spoof-sites and malicious portals. Check URLs several times. The best solution is to add cryptocurrency sites to bookmarks and enter only through them (MetaMask will also block MyEtherWallet clones). Check downloaded programs. No need to use a copy of the Tails operating system if it is infected with spyware.🤨

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Still back at it again copy and pasting these posts. Why are you doing this (besides to promote your token)? I mean we've all seen your other posts, we understand you have this token that you want to promote.

https://medium.com/@erctoken.exchange/how-to-secure-your-digital-currency-erc-token-exchange-7ab021afdf65?source=rss------bitcoin-5

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