Online Safety

Online Safety

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Staying safe on ioAudio 

We take significant measures to keep ioAudio safe, and we’re committed to doing our best to prevent or address suspicious activity. 

However, with so many users, suspicious activity may appear on the platform from time to time. We count on your help and diligence to make the ioAudio experience as safe as possible.

Getting started with Online Safety

As with any online business, it's always important to be diligent in protecting your information, your computer, and your access.

  • Educate yourself

  • Trust your instincts

Online safety best practices 

These tips can help you identify and avoid potential phishing, malware, or scam attacks. Keep them in mind whenever you see suspicious activity.

Phishing

 

While adding content on ioAudio, you may experience incorrect emails with company logos, fake login pages, and fraudulent personal messages/calls. Consider all these as phishing attempts.

 

Clickbait

 

As you add content from external links and websites, you may receive requests to click on certain links or sign up for websites you don't know. It could be clickbait. Some websites make money off of the click-through traffic from these links. Research the website before clicking anything, and look for reviews or red flags that show signs of clickbait or dangerous malware/ransomware.

 

Malicious links

 

Malicious links are the most common scam tool. They're also one of the easiest to spot if you're careful. The link may appear legitimate but check these details.

  • Hackers could hide the valid URL. A link's text may look like a URL, while the link itself leads somewhere else. Please hover over the link to see where it goes.

  • Hackers may use a link shortening service to hide the link's details.

  • The URL may contain misleading typos, such as ioodio.com instead of ioAudio.io. Please read it carefully.

Feel free to always contact our customer support team in case of any doubts or suspicions.