Passwords should be complex and unique, with a length of at least 8 bits. Passwords are recommended to contain upper and lower case letters, numbers or special symbols without obvious rules, but not include your name, email address, birthday, mobile phone and other easily accessible information.
For example: Jack, 123456, qwerty, huobi123, abc123 and so on which are all not recommended.
For example: w@ng32 #4ef or iehie8#We12 or Uith! 3Le4.Oa and others are all suggested password formats. It is suggested to enhance the security of your account by changing your password regularly (every three months).
On top of that, never leak your password to others, and WBFex employees will never ask for your password.
It is recommended to bind Google Authenticator, a dynamic password tool introduced by Google. Users need to use mobile phone to scan the barcode provided by WBFex or input the key. A valid 6-bit verification code will be generated on Authenticator every few seconds. Once binding, each login needs to enter the 6-bit verification code shown on the Google Authenticator.
Click here to see how to set and use Google Authenticator.
Be cautious about phishing
Look out for emails sent by fake WBFex, and do not click the links or attachments in the emails. Make sure that the links are the official website of WBFex before logging in the WBFex account. WBFex will never ask for your password, SMS, email verification code and Google auth code.