Security the basement for successful investment

Things you are to keep in mind.

Account hijackers are rather creative today and do all the possible to cheat you. Anyway, we have some tips for you to keep safe your data and protect from intruders.

Activities to be aware of:

a. Requests for login and password information. Solaris Global Network never requires from you your log in or password information. In case of getting an e-mail with a request of such a kind you shall delete it without answering. The better way is to redirect such an email to our support department (info@solarisglobalnetwork.org). Thus, we can provide our users safety circumstances. b. Unsolicited messages from Solaris Global Network support (Phishing Scams). All the unwanted messages received from unknown address not from support department shall be ignored. c. Malicious programs in downloads. Sometimes you are offered to load files or to inject certain scripts onto your system. The most widespread case is executable (.EXE) files, dynamic link libraries (.DLL files), and batch (.BAT) files. All will contain malicious software created to steal user's account login information.

General Security Recommendations:

We have already specified in our Account F.A.Q.the way to make a password strong. However, it is always good to remind yourself. Select a Strong Password: A strong password is an obligatory point toward ensuring the safety of your account. Your password should comply with all of the minimum requirements listed below: Use not less than 6 characters Use a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters. Include at least one number within the password. For extremely strong password include at least one special character. Do not use a name, a word that could be found in the dictionary, or a series of letters as it appears on the keyboard ("qwerty" and "12345" are not secure passwords).

Always log out of your account on shared computers:

Please make sure to log out of your account once you finish investing. It is necessary for avoiding the possibility of someone else's getting a hold of your settings, while still logged in.


Inform us about Hijackings and Suspicious Activities. If you ever come across suspicious activity or your login information has been stolen - please direct your issue to support department at info@solarisglobalnetwork.org and we will try our best to help you.