Kaspersky, the multinational cybersecurity and anti-virus provider, made a startling revelation on May 10th. According to their report, a victim of a crypto hack had unwittingly purchased a counterfeit Trezor Model T from a “trusted seller through a popular classifieds website.” The researchers at Kaspersky were able to extract the custom firmware that the hackers had installed on the device. This revealed that the private key was already known to the hackers before the victim had even purchased the machine.
Cybersecurity Firm Kaspersky Investigates Phony Trezor Hardware Wallet
It seems crypto enthusiasts need to be extra cautious about counterfeit Trezor hardware wallets circulating in the market, designed with the malicious intent of pilfering cryptocurrency holdings. This unsettling revelation underscores the imperative for heightened prudence and
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