Before using a DApp, usually users need to authorize a certain amount of assets under their own address to the DApp before they can interact with it. If user does not manually adjust the authorization amount, the default authorization amount will be large, indicating poor security of the assets. Even if the user exits the DApp after use, the authorization is still in effect. To protect your assets, it is recommended that you follow the tutorial below to unauthorize an address to DApps.
Step 1: Choose "Advanced Features" from page "Me".
Step 2: Choose the "Authorization Detector" function.
Step 3: Fill in the address you need to unauthorize and the public chain corresponding to the address, then tap the "Detect" button.
Step 4: You can see the authorizations under the queried address in the result, choose "Cancel" to terminate the authorization.
Step 5: Make sure the authorization information is correct and tap "Confirm" to complete the operation.
Note: A small amount of the crypto is required to cancel the authorization.
Step 6: After the unauthorization is successful, you can see that the address is no longer associated with the DApp.