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ASX takes issues of cyber security extremely seriously. We often receive reports of fraudulent
"ASX-branded" websites which are not affiliated or associated with ASX. 

To assist users of ASX websites and applications in protecting their data, we have provided below some information on how to identify whether an "ASX-branded" website, mobile application or internet application is in fact an official ASX website or application.  

Any "ASX-branded" or "SFE-branded" website or application that requests the deposit of funds and/or cryptocurrencies for the purpose of trading in ASX-quoted products or digital assets should be treated as fraudulent and should be reported to ASX using the instructions at the end of this page. 

It is important to be aware that ASX does not offer customers the ability to trade directly through ASX for ASX-quoted products (eg shares, securities, options, ETF, etc). Similarly, ASX does not offer any direct trading of digital assets such as cryptocurrencies (e.g. Bitcoin, Ethereum).

ASX-quoted products are only able to be bought and sold through a broker that is a registered ASX Participant. Click on the button below for a list of ASX Participants.

Official ASX Websites

If you are unsure about whether an ASX-branded website is authentic, please cross-check against our official ASX websites and portals below.

Listed below are ASX websites and applications. Other ASX branded websites and applications should be considered as suspicious. Please contact ASX if you are unsure prior to engaging with the websites or applications.

The following websites are official ASX websites for use by the general public.

https://www2.asx.com.au Public ASX Website
https://www.asx.com.au Public ASX Website
https://game.asx.com.au ASX Sharemarket Game
https://auth.asx.com.au ASX Forgerock Service
https://statements.asx.com.au CHESS Electronic Statements

Listed below are ASX websites used by market participants and issuers.

https://www.asxonline.com ASX Online Customer Portal
https://www.asxdatasphere.com.au ASX Datasphere
https://www.asxenergy.com.au ASX Energy
https://www.asxgrains.com.au
ASX Grains Market View

Official ASX Mobile Applications

If you are unsure about whether an ASX-branded mobile application is authentic, please cross-check against our official ASX mobile applications below.

The ASX has published one app named "ASX" on the Apple App Store. This app provides users with the ability to view market announcements and prices.

You should assume that any other mobile applications claiming to represent or have an affiliation with ASX are fraudulent and have no relationship with ASX.

ASX has published one app named "Listed@ASX" on the Google Play store, which is used by most Android based smart phones. This app provides users with the ability to view previous issues of the "Listed" magazine.

You should assume that any other mobile applications claiming to represent or have an affiliation with ASX are fraudulent and have no relationship with ASX.

Security Alerts

The below emails, websites, mobile apps and/or SMS messages are examples of messages that were not sent by ASX or websites or mobile apps that do not belong to ASX and are not affiliated with ASX in any way. 

Please note that this is not a comprehensive list of scams. These are examples of hoaxes that have been reported to us.

  • Remember, we will never ask you for funds or cryptocurrencies to be deposited with us
  • Report suspicious emails to hoax@asx.com.au
  • Scams can originate from emails, telephone calls, or social media apps, with the scammer pretending to originate from the ASX. The safest thing to do is to halt communications, and if unsure, contact the ASX directly on 131 279 or info@asx.com.au

Fraudulent trading website

ASX has received reports of a fraudulent "ASX-branded" website (pictured below) offering users the ability to trade in securities.

This is not a genuine ASX website and you should not interact or respond to the owners of this website.

Fraudulent trading website

ASX has received reports of a fraudulent "SFE-branded" website (pictured below) offering users the ability to trade in securities.

This is not a genuine ASX website and you should not interact or respond to the owners of this website.

Fraudulent trading website

ASX has received reports of a fraudulent "ASX-branded" website offering users the ability to trade in cryptocurrencies. The website also offers a mobile app that can be installed on Apple and Android mobile devices.

This is not a genuine ASX website and you should not interact or respond to the owners of this website.

Fraudulent cryptocurrency trading website and mobile apps

ASX has received reports of "ASX-branded" websites (pictured below) offering users the ability to trade cryptocurrency via a web portal, iOS or Android based application.

These are not genuine ASX websites. The ASX logo is being used without authority from ASX and ASX does not endorse these businesses.

Fraudulent cryptocurrency trading website 

ASX has received reports of "ASX-branded" websites (pictured below) offering users the ability to trade cryptocurrency via a web portal application.

These are not genuine ASX websites. The ASX logo is being used without authority from ASX and ASX does not endorse these businesses.

As at the date that this page was last updated, no fraudulent emails have been reported to ASX.

As at the date that this page was last updated, no fraudulent SMSs have been reported to ASX.

Fraudulent ASX Trading app

ASX has received reports of a fraudulent "ASX-branded" Android and Apple mobile application offering users the ability to trade in cryptocurrencies.

This is not a genuine ASX application and you should not download, install or interact with the app.

Contact us

For suspected phishing emails, hoaxes and scams

If you suspect you have received a scam email pretending to be from ASX, or have been directed to a suspicious "ASX-branded" website, please notify ASX at the following email address: hoax@asx.com.au then delete them straight after. Do not reply or engage with the scammer

If you are reporting a suspicious email, please include the email as an attachment where possible.

If you are reporting a suspicious ASX branded website, please include the website address (or URL) in your report.

Please be aware that this mailbox is for the reporting of suspected phishing e-mails, hoaxes and scams only. A personal response will not be sent.

Other queries and concerns

If you are unsure about whether an "ASX-branded" website, mobile application or internet application is authentic, or have any other concerns around the cyber security of ASX assets, please contact us here.

Please note, ASX is unable to provide advice or assistance in relation to any compensation claims or legal actions you may have in relation to any third party fraudulent websites, applications or messages.

Staying safe out there

The Australian Cyber Security Centre ('ACSC') have provided guidance to help individuals safely navigate the digital world, and to avoid common scams or malicious content.

In addition to reporting scam, fraudulent or hoax websites to ASX, other avenues for reporting similar material include: