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Garena Free Fire account: How to stop phishing attack - Dos and Don'ts

  • To save your Garena Free Fire account from phishing attack, here is a step by step guide that will help you to fight back.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Aug 21 2022, 22:18 IST
Garena Free Fire player? Here is how you can keep your account safe from phishers
Garena Free Fire player? Here is how you can keep your account safe from phishers

Garena Free Fire, one of the most popular battle royale gaming platforms, offers gamers a vast range of cosmetics like outfits, skins, and more to choose from in order to enhance their gaming experience. Free Fire also releases redeem codes periodically, which provide access to special items for free. However, it is important for gamers to note that Free Fire redemption codes are restricted to a specific server. People including children love playing this game - it is an extremely violent content-filled game.

If you are a parent or guardian who wants to create an account on behalf of your child, you too are required to agree to the Terms of Service before registering a Free Fire account. Whoever plays the game, may it be an adult or a child, it is important for every player to keep their Free Fire account safe from hackers. How can you do that? If you are not aware about how to keep your Free Fire account safe and secure then you can check out the following tips you can use for the same.

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How to keep Free Fire account safe from phishing attacks

 

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1. A strong password is a must. It has the following characteristics:

a. It should be a complex password and must not contain your personal name or username.

b. Password must have a minimum length of 8 characters.

c. Free Fire account password must contain numbers, symbols (e.g. !@#$%^&*), uppercase and lowercase letters.

2. Confidentiality is the mantra you should swear by when it comes to Garena Free Fire account or any other account, for that matter. What this entails is:

a. Keep your password confidential

b. Change it regularly to keep your account secure.

c. Do not share your login details with anyone, including Garena staff, family or friends.

In case you do share this information, then know that Phishers are constantly on the lookout for valuable personal and financial information (e.g. account passwords, credit card numbers and wallet PINs). Therefore, you need to be careful of who you share your information with. Check out some Dos and Don'ts below:

DOs

a. Keep your Free Fire password, wallet PIN and OTP private.

b. Only perform transactions that involve entering critical information (e.g. withdrawing your wallet balance) over a secure network (e.g. your personal mobile phone network, home WiFi).

DON'Ts

a. Don't respond to calls, emails, or other messages requesting personal login or financial information, such as your password, one-time password (OTP), credit card information and social security number. Garena Free Fire will never ask for your login information via call, SMS, email, in-game chats, or other messaging services.

b. Don't enter critical information over unsecured networks (e.g. public WiFi) or on public computers. Cybercriminals can potentially intercept these channels and obtain your information.

c. Don't click on suspicious links in chats or emails which may be a phishing site serving to collect personal information from unsuspecting victims.

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First Published Date: 27 Nov, 10:28 IST
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