A new phishing method stemming from the original ledger leak.

These are showing up in my Google keep app. I haven't open any, but as you can see it is crypto related. Be aware.

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  2. Thanks for sharing this, this is so helpful to the community.
    FYI Anyone using Cryptocurrency
    it’s important for anyone using cold wallets to subscribe and turn on notifications for social media updates from the community and the wallet manufacturer so you can receive an alert like this one.
    However, just like this situation with this reported phishing attack, be sure to never select any hyperlinks- even if they seem like a trusted source, this is a sure way to get a virus or spyware on your device and hack your accounts. it’s not difficult to replicate branding, websites and even quite easy to mask what appears to be a legitimate URL with hidden code. Be safe everyone, let’s continue to buy and HODL through this Bull Market together!

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