Bitget security team has recently identified various fraudulent activities, including phishing links, fake customer service, and misleading advertisements. A malicious browser extension called “AggrTrade” has been used to steal user credentials and assets. Users are advised to be vigilant and take precautions to protect their accounts.

To avoid falling victim to phishing attempts, users are advised to adhere to the following precautions:

Exercise Caution with Links and QR Codes: Refrain from clicking on links or scanning QR codes from unverified sources.

Verify Website URL: Always double check the website URL before entering any login credentials to ensure you are on the legitimate Bitget platform.

Be Wary of Unsolicited Messages: Remain vigilant of unsolicited messages or emails, particularly those related to withdrawals, and refrain from divulging sensitive information without proper verification.

Report Suspicious Activity: Promptly report any suspicious activity or communications to Bitget’s customer support team for immediate assistance.

Bitget users are specifically warned about the malicious browser extension “AggrTrade” and are urged to take the following actions:

Check for AggrTrade Extension: Verify whether you have recently downloaded a browser extension named AggrTrade for your browser (Google Chrome, etc.). Note that this extension has already been removed from most reputable stores.

Uninstall Immediately: If you have indeed downloaded the AggrTrade extension, uninstall it from your browser immediately to prevent further risks to your account security.

Log Out and Log Back In: After uninstalling the extension, it’s recommended to log out of your Bitget account and then log back in to ensure any potential security vulnerabilities are mitigated.

By staying informed and proactive, Bitget users can play a crucial role in fortifying their account security and thwarting malicious actors’ attempts to compromise their assets. Bitget commends its users for their vigilance and encourages them to remain proactive in the ongoing fight against online threats.

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