1. electrum wallet in appdata, t wallet electrum

    2021-10-25

    By comparing the electrum-wallet with the official website downloaded by the electrum software, it was found that the software added code to steal a user's wallet and key and sent it back to sites such as Robert Paulson.me, pinnacle-consulting.pw, bestoftechforums.org, which is still alive, proving that the attack is still ongoing.

  2. electrum wallet in appdata, electrum app

    2021-08-09

    According to Reddit user u/normal_rc, electrum's wallet was hacked and nearly 250 bitcoins (243.6 BTCs, nearly $1 million) were maliciously stolen, according to coinelegraph. Electrum then confirmed that the attack included creating a fake version of the wallet to trick users into providing password information. Electrum responded on Twitter that "this is a persistent phishing attack on Electrum users" and warned users not to download Electrum from any source other than the official website.

  3. refresh electrum wallet, el electrum

    2022-02-17

    The Electrum team has announced the attack in an official tweet, saying that "this is an ongoing phishing attack on Electrum users" and reminding them to check the authenticity of the client's source before logging in. The team published its official website, and the Electrum clients downloaded elsewhere may be problematic.

  4. nicehash wallet or electrum, How To Best Wallet For Nicehash

    2022-02-17

    If you haven't set up Electrum Wallet to be compatible with your phone wallet, you can use the private key to recover the Electrum wallet on your web wallet. Select Wallet - "Private Key" - "Export" on the Electrum wallet and you will export the file qtum-electrum-private-keys.csv or copy only one private key. Select Recover from WIF on your web wallet, paste the private key, and select Confirm. Check that the wallet address is correct. You may need to use Dump as a Key File to save the key file.

  5. electrum update windows watching wallet, Cannot Download Electrum wallet to windows 10

    2022-02-17

    This update prompt is not an official act of Electrum, but a phishing attack by an attacker that exploits a message flaw on the Electrum client and the ElectrumX server, which requires the attacker to deploy the malicious ElectrumX server in advance, and the malicious server is localized by the user's Electrum client (because the Electrum client is a light wallet and the user needs the ElectrumX server to broadcast the transaction). At the time of the madness, malicious ElectrumX servers accounted for as many as 71% of the total, and according to incomplete statistics, hundreds of bitcoins have been stolen in this phishing attack over the past year or so.