Online Safety Advice

1. Links

Avoid clicking on unknown links and opening attachments in messages if you are unsure of them

2. Account protection

Never share your account password with third parties.
When creating an account, always set a strong password that nobody knows and keep it in a safe place for you. If you will use a shared or public computer, remember to be extra careful when using such a device.
Losing your account password means that your personal data is vulnerable to illegal use. If you have a suspicion that someone has not logged into your account, please report to our team immediately by sending a report via
Don’t ever share your sensitive personal information with anyone you don’t know.

3. Interaction with users

Be careful when interacting with other users.
Remember that your safety should always be in the first place.
If the user you are talking to violates Darln’s terms and conditions, you have the option to block that person by going to their profile and selecting “Report and/or Lock”.
Then, afterwards, we ask you to specify the violation that you think the user has broken.
The list of violations is visible after pressing “Report and/or Block” of the user:
-Negative or offensive
-Wrong content
-Using a fake photo
-Spam/advertisement sending
-Theft/scamming attempt
Any report of a violation of your rules is automatically sent to our team to verify and check the case.

4. Your Money and Financial Data

Don’t ever send money and don’t give your details to bank accounts to people you don’t know on the Internet. If you have experienced an attempt to extort money by one of the users, please report it to us immediately.

5. Practices to help keep your data safe online

– Keep your operating systems up to date.
-Systematically update antivirus, antimalware and antispyware programs.
-Regularly scan workstations with antivirus, antimalware and antispyware programs.
– Download software only from manufacturers.
-Do not open attachments from unknown sources supplied through email correspondence.
-Do not remember passwords in web applications.
-Do not write your passwords down on paper.
-Do not use the same passwords in different IT systems.
-Secure file servers or other network resources.
-Secure wireless networks – Access Point.
-Adjust the complexity of passwords according to threats.
-Avoid going to unknown or random websites.
-Do not log on to IT systems in random locations from untrusted devices.
or public unsecured Wi-Fi networks.
-Please make regular backups.
-Use proven software to encrypt emails or data media.
-Crypt data sent via e-mail.
-Crypt hard drives in mobile computers.
-Lock the computer station when leaving the computer.
-Do not place randomly found USB storage media in the computer. It may find
malware is being used on them.

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