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DNotes Global Inc Introduces Electrum DNotes Wallet

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Electrum Copycat Shuts Down After Bitcoin Wallet Exposed as Marlware

Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Copycat bitcoin wallet service “Electrum Pro” has shut down its website after the company it was attempting to impersonate released evidence demonstrating its software was “bitcoin-stealing malware.” As CCN reported, the team behind Electrum (electrum.org) — a popular lightweight bitcoin wallet that has been around since ...

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Electrum Developers Warn Bitcoin Users About Potentially Malicious Wallet Clone – The Merkle

Bitcoin wallets are an integral tool in the world of cryptocurrency. Unfortunately, not all wallets are created equal. The Electrum Pro wallet has nothing to do with the official Electrum wallet, and it is seemingly intent on stealing seed keys from users. Beware of Electrum Pro In the world of cryptocurrency, copycat initiatives are nothing new under the sun. Whether they are ...

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Electrum Copycat Crypto Wallet Steals Seed Keys

Researchers at popular Bitcoin wallet app Electrum have exposed a malicious copycat that has been designed to steal seed keys. The dubious doppelganger called Electrum Pro appeared online in March and has been flagged as malware since. Fake Bitcoin Wallet Swipes Seed Keys According to reports the team behind the original wallet posted a document on Github explaining how to ...

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BTC Wallet Electrum Exposes Malicious Copycat

Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Popular bitcoin wallet service Electrum has released evidence demonstrating that copycat client “Electrum Pro” is “bitcoin-stealing malware.” First launched in 2011, Electrum has long been one of bitcoin’s most popular wallet clients, and many users trust the wallet for its proven security, ease-of-use, and its support ...

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The Electrum Personal Server Will Give Users the Full Node Security They Need

The Electrum Personal Server promises a resource-efficient, secure and private way to use bitcoin with hardware and software wallets, connected to full nodes. Developed by open-source programmer Christian Belcher, best known for his contributions to JoinMarket, the Electrum Personal Server directly addresses vulnerabilities with the popular Electrum Bitcoin wallet, while sparing users the significant resource usage of an Electrum server. ...

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Electrum using Bitcoin Xpub headers? : litecoin

XPRV_HEADERS and XPUB_HEADERS are the same as bitcoin’s in Electrum-LTC (file bitcoin.py). This means the wallet’s extended public key begins with xpub rather than Ltub. I noticed when I realized I couldn’t use pywallet (as is) to generate a watching address based on my Electrum extended public key. Is this, as I suspect, out of spec, or am I misunderstanding ...

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Vulnerability Found, and Patched, in Electrum Wallet

A vulnerability has been found and fixed in the Electrum wallet, both for the Bitcoin and Dash versions. Electrum, a popular light wallet for Bitcoin, was recently found to have a critical vulnerability dating back two years. The vulnerability allowed for an attacker to use JavaScript to steal Bitcoin from the wallet, as long as the wallet was unencrypted without ...

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