In the crypto-currency market, there is a new cryptoshuffler Trojan virus discovered which is literally stealing the user funds from their crypto-currency wallets. If you are curious to learn how Bitcoin this is been done then read the rest of the article.
I am sure you will be amazed to see, how this Cryptoshuffler Trojan virus is shape shifting and stealing the user funds from their crypto-currency wallets.
What this CryptoShuffler do, is that it simply changes the wallet addresses from the clipboard from the device and adds its own address, reported Kaspersky lab who discovered the malware. This cryptoshuffler Trojan have already stolen 23 BTC from the wallets which is approximately worth around 140,000 USD.
Also read: List of BTG Exchanges
Cryptoshuffler Trojan Virus stole 140,000 USD (worth BTC)
Kaspersky lab further describes the nature of the cryptoshuffler Trojan virus and how this malware is been targeting Bitcoin, Ethereum (ETH), Monero (XMR), Dash, and other expensive crypto-currencies.
Cryptoshuffler Trojan virus is using ‘clipboard hijacking’ technique to target online payment systems. So, it is advised to use Anti-virus software installed on your computers before you make any transactions. It is also advised to pay very close attention on your crypto-currency wallet address numbers while you start to make any payment.
- 10 Best Cryptocurrencies in January 2022
- 50 Best Cryptocurrencies in January 2022
- 100 Best Cryptocurrencies in January 2022
- 200 Best Cryptocurrencies in January 2022
- 250+ Best Cryptocurrencies in January 2022
Disclaimer: All content provided on Madeforbitcoin.com, hyperlinked sites, associated applications, forums, blogs, social media accounts and other platforms (“Site”) is for your general information only, procured primarily from third party sources. We don’t give warranties of any kind in relation to our content and services (such as token swap functionalities). Any use or reliance on our content and services is solely at your own risk and discretion. Be advised, please conduct your own research, review, analyze and verify our content and services before relying on or using them. Trading is a highly risky activity that can lead to major losses, please, therefore, consult your financial advisor before making any decision.