Bitcoin users have been hit by a new wave of phishing attacks targeting the popular Bitcoin marketplace Ordswap.
Ordswap, a platform which allows users to trade, buy, and sell bitcoin on an over-the-counter basis, has seen an increase in malicious activity in recent weeks. The attack appears to be taking the form of a phishing campaign in which malicious actors are sending out emails impersonating Ordswap’s support team. The emails direct users to a website where they are prompted to provide sensitive information such as email, passwords, and even credit card numbers.
In response to the attack, Ordswap has taken steps to secure the platform and protect user accounts. The company has implemented additional safety measures such as two-factor authentication, and is also undergoing a security audit. Furthermore, Ordswap has also advised users to make sure they are using strong and unique passwords across all their accounts.
While the phishing attack appears to be targeting only Ordswap users, cryptocurrency users should remain vigilant. Phishing attacks have become increasingly sophisticated in recent years, making it important to take precautionary measures when engaging in online activity.