Beware of Phishing sites

What is phishing? It is a fraudulent attempt, usually made through email, to steal your personal information. Phishing emails usually appear to come from a well-known organization and ask for your personal information — such as login ID, passwords etc.

It has been observed that unsuspecting tikona users are inadvertently sharing their user ID and password on Phishing sites looking that look similar to tikona login page.

Typically, such sites promise increase in tikona speeds or similar and then ask user to enter their user ID and password. These user ID and passwords are then used and sold by the hacker. When these user IDs are used by others, it would consume your usage limits and lower your speeds. Your login may even be denied.

Remember: Do not share your password with anyone; not even with tikona personnel. We never ask your password.

If you have visited any such site before or suspect your service is being used by someone, please reset your password using this link- .

Be SAFE Online.

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