How to Protect Your Coinsquare Account from Phishing Attacks

Phishing attempts are a growing menace in the digital age. Recent trends have seen cybercriminals ramp up their tactics, with a surge in the use of Google search ads to lure unsuspecting users to fake login screens. In today's digital landscape and more specifically in the crypto world, understanding the difference between legitimate platforms and malicious imitations is more critical than ever.

The Sinister World of Phishing

Phishing is a form of cyber-attack where scammers trick individuals into revealing personal information, such as passwords and credit card numbers. They achieve this by disguising themselves as trustworthy entities. In our case, they might masquerade as Coinsquare, but the red flags are always there if you know where to look.

The New Tactic: Google Search Ads

It's no longer just suspicious emails you need to be wary of. Cybercriminals have started leveraging Google search ads, placing them at the top of your search results. These ads, at first glance, appear legitimate, often imitating the look and feel of the sites they're impersonating. However, once you click on them, you're led to a fabricated login screen designed to harvest your credentials.

Verifying the URL: Your First Line of Defense

Before you input any personal details:

  1. Look at the URL. Our official website is ''. Anything else is a red flag.
  1. Trust your instincts. If the website layout seems off or lacks the usual security indicators, take a step back.
Make sure to always check the links you click

Additional Security Measures

  1. Bookmark Coinsquare Login Page: To avoid landing on any phishing sites, you can bookmark on your browser for easy access.  
  1. Two-Factor Authentication (2FA): Enable 2FA on your Coinsquare account. This provides an added layer of security, requiring not just a password, but a second verification step. Learn more on how to set up your 2FA.
  1. Regular Password Changes: Make it a habit to update your password periodically. And never use the same password across multiple sites.
  1. Be Skeptical of Unsolicited Communications: If you receive unexpected emails claiming to be from Coinsquare, especially ones prompting you to click on a link or download an attachment, exercise caution. Always double check the URL.


As we advance further into the digital age, cyber threats evolve in tandem. But by staying informed and practicing vigilance, you can protect yourself from the majority of these threats. At Coinsquare, we're committed to your safety. Always ensure you're on the real Coinsquare platform before entering any details, and don't hesitate to reach out to our support team if something feels amiss. Check out our guide on How to Make Your Account More Secure for other tips.

Remember, cyber safety is a shared responsibility. By taking proactive steps and being aware of the tactics scammers use, you can safeguard your assets and personal information effectively.