Crypto Hacking on Public Wi-Fi
-Never perform crypto transactions through public Wi-Fi, even if you are using a VPN;
-Regularly update the firmware of your own router, as hardware manufacturers are constantly releasing updates aimed at protecting against key substitution.
Back in October last year, in the Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) protocol — which uses routers — an unrecoverable vulnerability was found. After carrying out an elementary KRACK attack (an attack with the reinstallation of the key) the user's device reconnects to the same Wi-Fi network of hackers. All the information downloaded or sent through the network by a user is available to attackers, including the private keys from crypto wallets. This problem is especially urgent for public Wi-Fi networks at railway stations, airports, hotels and places where large groups of people visit.
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The Device generating the PK, is not storing at any given time the PK generated . It is generated by you , on the spot , with a passphrase , when needed , for just a few milliseconds , just to sign in the transaction and then disappear permanently from the device .