Terra official website compromised, replaced with phishing site
Terra users warned against interacting with official site after it turns into a phishing trap.
Terra’s official website has been reportedly replaced by a phishing site, cautioning a potential threat to the digital assets of its users.
According to posts from the official Terra Twitter account, users are urged to refrain from interacting with the terra(dot)money domain until further updates confirming full access are provided.
Following the incident, the official Terra account advises its users to refer only to their official communication channels for updates, namely X (formerly Twitter), Discord, and Telegram, thereby ensuring a reliable source of information in this period of uncertainty.
As reported by Kiruse, a Terran developer, the phishing site is masquerading under the guise of the official Terra website, seeking to extract sensitive information from users. The malicious site appears to imitate the standard update popup, tricking users into revealing their seed phrase, which poses a risk to the safety of their keys and funds.
As the situation unfolds, users are advised to avoid updating their Terra Station Wallet to prevent potential losses.