Never provide your wallet password or the secret phrase that unlocks access to your wallet to anyone, even if they ask!
The only person who should ever be in control of your wallet is YOU.
Here are a few additional steps you can take to secure your wallet:
Use a strong and unique password for your wallet. Avoid using common words or phrases, and include a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters.
Enable two-factor authentication (2FA) for an extra layer of security. This requires you to enter a code sent to your phone or email in addition to your password when logging into your wallet.
Avoid storing large amounts of cryptocurrency in a single wallet. Instead, spread your funds across multiple wallets to reduce your risk of losing everything in the event that one of your wallets is compromised (note: if you do have multiple wallets, make sure you know where all your wallets are and that you have stored or saved all of their secret phrases just in case!).
Keep your wallet software up to date with the latest security patches. This helps to protect against vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers.
Be cautious when downloading wallet software and only download it from a reputable source. There have been instances of hackers creating fake wallet apps to steal people's funds.
Use a hardware wallet if possible. These are physical devices that store your cryptocurrency offline, making them less vulnerable to hacking.
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