Discord Security

Here are our recommendations for enhancing the security of your Discord account:

1. Enable Two-Factor Authentication (2FA): Navigate to Settings > My Account > Setup 2FA.

2. Disable Direct Messages (DMs) by Default: Visit Safe Direct Messaging > Keep me safe. Then, navigate to Settings > Privacy & Safety > Allow direct messages from server members and switch this option off.

3. Disable DMs for CyberBrokers Server and Others: Go to CyberBrokers > Privacy Settings > Direct Messages and set it to off.

In order to ensure safety while using Discord, please keep the following points in mind:

  • Avoid sharing any personal, financial, or wallet seed phrases either in DMs or public channels.

  • Be aware that mint/claim/drop opportunities will never be communicated through DMs. If you encounter such a message, promptly block the sender.

  • Claims should always be made from the Claim page on the CyberBrokers website, and never from any other source.

  • Carefully review link URLs before clicking on them.

  • Trust only those links that appear in channels managed by the server owner. For CyberBrokers, these are the Information and Communication categories.

Remember, it is easy to impersonate another user on Discord. If you believe you're in a DM with someone from the CyberBrokers Team or a Discord moderator, here's a simple way to verify their identity:

  • Open Discord and look at the member list on the right.

  • Click on the name of the person, then select 'Message'.

  • If you're not redirected to the same chat, you're not talking to the authentic individual.

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