There is a question about email coming from []( and I selected phishing, because obviously email spoofing is a risk and the sender’s email address can’t be verified.

..but my answer was incorrect: [](

If someone sends an email with the official Binance address but inserts a phishing website URL, then this quiz answer is misleading.

My rule is: never click on links coming from phishing or real crypto exchange or bank emails. Always type in the address.

What do you think?

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1 Comment

  1. symbiotic_bnb on 17. June 2019 at 22:35

    It’s good in theory, but in practice this will never happen. Only a select few are going to be this careful.

    This question is a little confusing given the context (the user never requested a password reset), but in the same vein, the user would have no reason to proceed with it if they did not request it, and the e-mail also contains a warning (phishers would likely omit a warning).