Over the past 24 hours we have become aware of a further phishing attempt using our brand, sent using a spoofed email address.
The email in question is not as a result of a compromise of our systems.
This latest phishing scam — and any further attacks that occur — will be reported as appropriate to the relevant authorities, as with the email hack that occurred on February 01st.
Please take the time to read these security tips:
1. Make sure you’re dealing with us
- The DADI website (https://dadi.cloud/) is the only website for the accessing of services relating to the DADI network and the crowdsale
- Do not visit from a link if possible. Type it directly into the address bar of your browser
- Beware of clone websites that look deliberately similar to confuse you
- Look out for the lock sign in the browser address bar to verify the security certificate
- DADI emails will only come from email@example.com
- Emails from firstname.lastname@example.org will only ever be sent in reply to a support request that you have made
- If you are not sure about an email you received, please ask for confirmation
- Always check the header details of any email you receive to verify that it is from dadi.co
- We will NEVER provide an ETH address via email or ask for your wallet private key or personal information
2. Using Telegram (and other social channels)
- Beware of personal messages via Telegram by fraudsters posing as admins
- We will NEVER ask for your personal information or to contribute funds directly
- Confirm all our admin handles by typing /admin on our Telegram channel
- Report any scam attempt so that we can continue to keep our community safe