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  • Ransomware Explained

    Ransomware Explained

    Ransomware is a type of malware (malicious software) that may present itself in a few different ways, affecting individual systems as well as networks of businesses, hospitals, airports, and government agencies.

    Ransomware is being constantly improved and is getting more and more sophisticated since the first registered occurrence, in 1989. While simple formats are, typically, non-encryption ransomware, modern ones make use of cryptography methods in order to encrypt files, making them...
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  • What Is Phishing?

    What Is Phishing?

    Phishing is a type of cyber attack where a malicious actor poses as a reputable entity or business in order to deceive people and collect their sensitive information - such as credit card details, usernames, passwords, and so forth. Since phishing involves psychological manipulation and relies on human failures (instead of hardware or software) it is considered a type of social engineering attack.

    Typically, phishing attacks make use of fraudulent emails that convince the user to enter...
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  • What Is BNB?

    What Is BNB?

    BNB powers the Binance Ecosystem and is the native coin of the Binance Chain and the Binance Smart Chain. BNB has several use cases:
    • Pay for trading fees on the Binance exchange;
    • Pay for trading fees on Binance DEX (Decentralized Exchange);
    • Pay for transaction fees on the Binance Chain;
    • Pay for transaction fees on the Binance Smart Chain;
    • Pay for goods and services for both online and in-store purchases (e.g., using Binance Card or Binance Pay);
    • Book hotels, flights and more at Travala.com;
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  • What Is a Stop-Limit Order?

    What Is a Stop-Limit Order?

    A stop-limit order combines a stop-loss order and a limit order. Stop-limit orders allow traders to set the minimum amount of profit they’re happy to take or the maximum they’re willing to spend or lose on a trade. Once you set a stop-limit order and the trigger price is reached, a limit order will be placed automatically, even if you are logged out or offline. You can strategically place stop-limit orders by considering resistance and support levels and the asset’s volatility.

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  • What Is a Limit Order?

    What Is a Limit Order?

    A limit order is an order that you place on the order book with a specific limit price. The limit price is determined by you. So when you place a limit order, the trade will only be executed if the market price reaches your limit price (or better). Therefore, you may use limit orders to buy at a lower price or to sell at a higher price than the current market price.

    Unlike market orders, where trades are executed instantly at the current market price, limit orders are placed on the...
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  • What Is a Market Order?

    What Is a Market Order?

    A market order is an order to quickly buy or sell at the best available current price. It needs liquidity to be filled, meaning that it is executed based on the limit orders that were previously placed on the order book.
    Unlike limit orders, where orders are placed on the order book, market orders are executed instantly at the current market price, meaning that you pay the fees as a market taker.How to use it?

    Let’s say you want to create a market order to buy 2 BNBs. After logging...
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  • How to Withdraw on Binance

    How to Withdraw on Binance

    The process to withdraw your funds on Binance depends on the cryptocurrency or fiat currency you want to move. Some crypto can be withdrawn to multiple, different blockchains, so take care to select the right one.

    The time it takes to withdraw funds differs on the method you’re using. For crypto withdrawals, each blockchain will require a certain amount of confirmations before it shows up in your wallet. You can check the status of your transaction by using the respective blockchain...
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  • Binance Anti-Phishing Code Guide

    Binance Anti-Phishing Code Guide

    What is an Anti-Phishing Code?

    The Anti-Phishing Code is a security feature provided by Binance that allows users to add an extra layer of security to their account. Once you have enabled the Anti-Phishing Code, it will be included in all genuine emails sent to you from Binance. This code will help you to discern real emails from phishing emails, helping you to prevent phishing attempts.



    How to set up your first Anti-Phishing Code


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  • Why Public WiFi Is Insecure

    Why Public WiFi Is Insecure

    Free public WiFi is now available in many places. Airports, hotels, and coffee shops all promote free internet connection as an added benefit of using their services. For many people, being able to connect to a free internet on the go seems ideal. This would be particularly useful for the traveling business person, now able to access their work emails or share documents online.

    However, there are more risks to using public WiFi hotspots than many internet users might have realized,...
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  • What Is Social Engineering?

    What Is Social Engineering?

    In a broader sense, any kind of manipulation linked to behavioral psychology can be considered social engineering. However, the concept is not always related to criminal or fraudulent activities. In fact, social engineering is being widely used and studied in a variety of contexts, in fields like social sciences, psychology, and marketing.

    When it comes to cybersecurity, social engineering is performed with ulterior motives and refers to a set of malicious activities that attempt to...
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  • Ransomware Explained
    by defidex
    Ransomware is a type of malware (malicious software) that may present itself in a few different ways, affecting individual systems as well as networks of businesses, hospitals, airports, and government agencies.

    Ransomware is being constantly improved and is getting more and more sophisticated since the first registered occurrence, in 1989. While simple formats are, typically, non-encryption ransomware, modern ones make use of cryptography methods in order to encrypt files, making them...
    10-01-2021, 08:38 AM
  • What Is Phishing?
    by defidex
    Phishing is a type of cyber attack where a malicious actor poses as a reputable entity or business in order to deceive people and collect their sensitive information - such as credit card details, usernames, passwords, and so forth. Since phishing involves psychological manipulation and relies on human failures (instead of hardware or software) it is considered a type of social engineering attack.

    Typically, phishing attacks make use of fraudulent emails that convince the user to enter...
    10-01-2021, 08:35 AM
  • What Is BNB?
    by defidex
    BNB powers the Binance Ecosystem and is the native coin of the Binance Chain and the Binance Smart Chain. BNB has several use cases:
    • Pay for trading fees on the Binance exchange;
    • Pay for trading fees on Binance DEX (Decentralized Exchange);
    • Pay for transaction fees on the Binance Chain;
    • Pay for transaction fees on the Binance Smart Chain;
    • Pay for goods and services for both online and in-store purchases (e.g., using Binance Card or Binance Pay);
    • Book hotels, flights and more at Travala.com;
    • Community
    ...
    10-01-2021, 08:34 AM
  • What Is a Stop-Limit Order?
    by defidex
    A stop-limit order combines a stop-loss order and a limit order. Stop-limit orders allow traders to set the minimum amount of profit they’re happy to take or the maximum they’re willing to spend or lose on a trade. Once you set a stop-limit order and the trigger price is reached, a limit order will be placed automatically, even if you are logged out or offline. You can strategically place stop-limit orders by considering resistance and support levels and the asset’s volatility.

    ...
    09-28-2021, 11:02 AM
  • What Is a Limit Order?
    by defidex
    A limit order is an order that you place on the order book with a specific limit price. The limit price is determined by you. So when you place a limit order, the trade will only be executed if the market price reaches your limit price (or better). Therefore, you may use limit orders to buy at a lower price or to sell at a higher price than the current market price.

    Unlike market orders, where trades are executed instantly at the current market price, limit orders are placed on the...
    09-28-2021, 10:59 AM
  • What Is a Market Order?
    by defidex
    A market order is an order to quickly buy or sell at the best available current price. It needs liquidity to be filled, meaning that it is executed based on the limit orders that were previously placed on the order book.
    Unlike limit orders, where orders are placed on the order book, market orders are executed instantly at the current market price, meaning that you pay the fees as a market taker.How to use it?

    Let’s say you want to create a market order to buy 2 BNBs. After logging...
    09-20-2021, 10:47 AM
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