The Pi home screen has been updated, and the core team once again reminds you to be vigilant when using the Pi Network wallet. Recently, some scammers are trying to steal Pi passwords and Pi account information through fake Pi wallet login pages. To ensure the safety of your property, it is important to remain vigilant.
How to protect your Pi:
Be wary of fake websites: Please make sure you only enter your password into the "wallet.pi" URL in your Pi Browser. The Pi Core team will never ask you to enter your password elsewhere. Please do not trust any link that claims to be an official Pi page but has a suspicious looking URL.
Protect personal information: Never enter personal information on an unsecured website. Pi Network's official page is the only place you should trust.
Update your password: Change your password regularly, and make sure it's a strong password - one that contains letters, numbers and special characters and is difficult to crack.
Educate others: Spread security awareness to your team and friends so they know how to protect their Pi.
Pi Network is a project full of potential, and we hope every Pi Pioneer can safely enjoy this opportunity. By following the advice above, you can reduce your risk of scam threats and ensure your Pi is not compromised. Please remember that the success of Pi Network depends on the participation of every pioneer, so let’s work together to keep our Pi safe and secure.
If you suspect your account has been compromised or notice any suspicious activity, please report it immediately. Let us protect the future of Pi Network together!