Phishing attacks are carried out by an attacker who sends a genuine looking communication, such as an email, to their victim claiming to be from a company with which they have dealings, e.g., BAJI. These spoofed emails will ask you to “verify your details” or “re-submit” personal account information. There’s often a link provided that takes you to a fake website that looks very similar to the legitimate one. This website may ask you to input login, password and other details such as your credit card number to verify your account. Unfortunately, the recipient of your information is a fraudster who will use your information for financial gain.
The best way to protect against Phishing attacks is learning how to identify suspicious emails and websites.View Article
Spyware is another type of Trojan that performs activities on your computer without your knowledge. Typically, Spyware monitors your computing habits to gather personal information. This can be analysed to provide advertising information, collect credit card numbers, profile your browsing patterns and so forth.View Article
This attack is derived from the classical myth of the Trojan Horse. Trojans are applications that masquerade as legitimate and often interesting software. Links or attachments in emails from people you dont know should always be treated with suspicion. Of course, if you have an up to date anti-virus program running, you greatly reduce the risk of being infected with a Trojan, but it’s best not to take any chances.
One of the more nasty Trojans to watch out for are “keyloggers” which capture and store all the information you type then forward it to some very sophisticated hackers or criminals.
A DDOS (Designated Denial of Service) Attack is a technique used by criminals to disrupt or crash websites. It works by sending millions of page requests to a website (just like when you hit F5 to refresh a webpage), until it eventually crashes. You may have seen over Christmas the Sony Playstation and Microsoft Xbox platforms were attacked by a similar group, who demanded Bitcoin payment before they would restore the service.
Is my money safe?
Absolutely yes. All client funds are ring-fenced and are as secure as can be.
Could it happen again?
Yes. It would be irresponsible for Betfair to claim that we won’t ever be attacked again, however rest-assured that site uptime and stability continues to be our top priority and we’ll continue to invest in systems that protect us from criminal activity.
A wagering requirement is a multiplier that represents the number of times you have to play though a bonus before you are able to withdraw any winnings.
For example: I am given a BDT 200 Casino bonus with a 10x wagering requirement. This means I need to spend BDT 2000 on eligible games, before I can withdraw any pending winnings gained.
Stakes on some of our games may not count in full towards the wagering requirement, Standard Game Weightings may apply. Please always check the terms and conditions to clarify this.View Article
Sure, you can download baji.live App to enjoy our games, or you can also use the browser from your mobile phone and goes to www.baji.live to enjoy our games.View Article
If you are redirected to another website when you click on our website, please follow these simple steps to manually repair the local DNS:
Click [Start] button on lower left corner on your desktop to open the [Control Panel], click [Network and Internet], and then click [Network and Sharing Center].
Click [Change adapter settings].
Right-click the currently active network connection and click [Properties] on the pop-up menu.
Select [Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP / IPv4)], and then click [Properties].
Select [Use the following DNS server address], enter [18.104.22.168 as the preferred DNS server] and [22.214.171.124 as the alternate DNS server], and then click [OK].
If the problem still persists after you have manually repair the local DNS, you can refer to the following link:
1. Display the page or screen that needs screenshot
2. Press the screenshot button on the keyboard – PrintScreenSysRq
3. Go to “Paint” or any drawing/painting related software
4. Press Ctrl+V at the same time or click the “Paste” button on the top left to paste your screenshot
5. Save the picture as JPG
1) Launch Google Chrome browser on your computer
2) Click the ellipsis button on top right
3) Click More tools then select Clear browsing data.
4) Choose a time range or if you want to delete everything choose All time.
5) Check the boxes next to “Cookies and other site data” and “Cached images and files
6) Click Clear data.
1) Launch Firefox browser on your computer.
2) Click the burger menu on top right then click the “Options”
3) Go to “Privacy & Security” and scroll down to “Cookies and Site Data”
4) Be sure that only “Cookies” is checked, and then select the time frame for which you would like to delete your cookies. If you want to delete all cookies, select “Everything.”
5) Double check your selections to make sure that other items you want to keep are not selected, and then hit “Clear now.”