The attempts to phishing (phishing) are often due to database leaks. Without such a hacking attack having been confirmed yet, TradingView wished to warn its users of a recent resurgence of spam among its customers.
In a press release published on April 17, 2023, TradingView explains that approximately 250 of its customers reported a augmentation the number of spam messages in their email. According to the site specializing in asset price charts: although its teams are “still investigating the issue”it would unfortunately be « fort probable » an email address leak has occurred.
However, no other personal data would be affected. And although the impact is very limited compared to the 50 million users registered with TradingView, it strongly recommends that its clients be “vigilant” about suspicious emails they may receive in the near future. So keep both eyes open to avoid getting phished!
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