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NFT Giant OpenSea Shares 5 Safety Recommendations as Users' Emails Leaked

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Major NFT marketplace OpenSea warned their users that their emails have most likely been leaked and reminded them of 5 recommendations on how to protect yourself from email phishing attempts."We recently learned that an employee of Customer.io, our email delivery vendor, misused their employee access to download and share email addresses – provided by OpenSea users and subscribers to our newsletter – with an unauthorized external party," the company said, adding that they have reported this incident to law enforcement.Because the data compromise included email addresses, there may be a heightened likelihood of email phishing attempts, the firm said, urging their users to "treat any future emails that appear to be from OpenSea carefully."The marketplace offered 5 safety recommendations:Learn more: - NFT Self Defense: Staying Safe in Web3- Crypto Sector World’s 3rd Industry in Phishing Attacks Growth - Report- OpenSea’s New Marketplace Protocol Could Become ‘Uniswap Moment’ of NFTs

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