Check the Source. --> Phishing is a cyber attack that uses disguised email as a weapon. The goal is to trick the email recipient into believing that the message is something they want or need and click a link or download an attachment. Never click on anything that you are not sure about the source. If you want to be sure it was TradeOr who contacted you, always check the domain: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact our customer support for help.
Keep Your Antivirus Program Up To Date --> Internet security software cannot protect against every threat, but it will detect and remove most malware, though you should ensure it is up to date. Be sure to use only needed extensions and only download from verified sources.
Use Strong Password --> Select strong passwords that are harder for cybercriminals to demystify and never share your password with anyone else. We at TradeOr will never ask you for your password.
Use Two-Factor Authentication --> At TradeOr we offer two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication means you need to pass another layer of authentication, not just a username and password, to get into your accounts. That allows us to protect your account even more.
Check News --> Cyberspace is a very dynamic environment, and it is worth checking the news about new hacker techniques or dangers that have developed lately on the Internet. That way, you can always be prepared.
Check the Website's Security --> Some scammers may trick you into believing for example, TradeOr, has a new website which you will need to complete a payment to log back into your account. Ensure that the website address is www.tradeor.com and the URL bar includes a lock icon.