Recently, Google Authenticator launched the cloud synchronization function. Since this function is not end-to-end encrypted, it may bring security risks to BitMake users who use Google Authenticator.
To protect your account security, please note:
-Google Authenticator will store your private key and generate a one-time password every 30 seconds for secondary verification.
-If you have cloud sync enabled, Google will back up your private key, but it will not be end-to-end encrypted.
-If your Google account is compromised, your password and private key will be at risk, and hackers will be able to log in to your BitMake account and other accounts that require two-factor authentication. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you turn off the cloud sync function and save the private key on your personal device; or choose a private key verifier application that will encrypt the private key in the cloud.
BitMake always puts the safety of your account and funds first. For any questions, please contact the customer service team.