Buenos días Jammers!
Thanks to the eagle-eyed Guido P. on Facebook, BTCjam was alerted to a phishing attack. Now we can warn you about Phishing and how to avoid it. Phishing is an attempt to trick you into entering your account information into a fake website so they can steal your account. For example, in this current phishing attack they have created a fake version of the BTCjam website to trick you. Remember that the real BTCjam website will always have a URL that starts with https://btcjam.com and will have the security lock icon next to it.
As you can see, there is almost no difference between the phishing site:
and BTCjam.com, except the URL at the top.
If you see a suspicious link, always check the URL before you login. Phishing can also be stopped by using Two Factor Authentication (2FA), as 2FA requires a unique token that is generated by your cell phone that helps prove your identity (in addition to your password).
Be aware of phishing (check that URL!) and always use Two Factor Authentication!
If you find a site that you think is a phishing site, you can report it to Google on their Report Phishing Page.
Until Next Time… Keep on Jamming!