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HACK A CRYPTO WALLET: In today’s world, cryptocurrencies have assumed the most used and most common payment method in many countries around the globe, and digital currencies are becoming a common payment method among individuals everywhere. The major advantage is that it does not require bank verification or authentication processes. This makes their effectiveness quickly expanding as people trust digital currencies to make transactions and save funds.

However, because these wallets are digital, their security and volatility are at risk from hackers. Therefore, there are plenty of factors to put in place when dealing with your crypto wallet.

 To further understand how to optimize your account’s security fully, we highlight how hackers can access your crypto wallet. Below are some listed ways hackers do that


             This method, though common but still effective to some users. Electronic mail phishing comprises an email supposedly sent from a service provider you are commonly used to requesting personal data like private keys to complete a specific operation for you. Although at the same time, most users are familiar with this scheme, some still fall prey to it.

These hackers impersonate the official service representatives just to gain access to sensitive information, and this can lead to complete defrauding of your crypto wallet


Key codes can be lost in a virtual wallet the same way they can be for physical ones. Just like your credit card can be stolen same goes for a digital wallet. To perform any financial operations with cryptocurrency, you need a pair of keys.

Crypto wallets are comprised of two keys:

  1. Public key
  2. And a private key

A public key is in similitude to your account number, or in this case, your wallet address where you can receive funds the public key is used to confirm the private one, while a private key represents the PIN CODE that is used to authorize a transaction (i.e., withdrawal of funds from your wallet)

Exposing your private key publicly is like giving direct access to anyone that sees it to withdraw from your wallet. 


 A Keylogger is a computer program that records every keystroke made by a computer user. Every code, pin, and other necessary data is monitored using this program, and it’s transferred to the hackers directly. If this malware makes its way into your computer or device, this opens a door for hackers to penetrate easily. Here is how you can get infected

  1. Downloading infection/corrupt software from websites
  2. Introducing an infected USB to your computer
  3. Through emails


1. Be conscious of the emails you respond to 

As aforementioned, email phishing is a way your account can be hacked, in a case where the hackers imitate service provider representatives who do not provide your private data for any reason.

Know that no service provider will ask for such data from you at any point of using their services. If the said problem persists, contact the official service provider to report any form of fraudulent activity on your wallet. Trusted and secured crypto service providers will never ask for such information

2. Setup a two-factor Authentication on your wallet:

2FA is an extra security shell that wallet providers use to ensure that the real user is authorizing a transaction. This method works in such a way that if you want to withdraw funds into another wallet, you’ll be asked to enter a unique code sent to either your email address or as a text message to a designated number

This is a very effective way to protect your account from fraudulent activities

3. Protect your private keys: storing your private keys in a file on your computer isn’t a good idea. If hackers can access your computer, your keys can be easily stolen

However, secured and trusted wallet services would help store your private keys for you, bypassing the stress of having to store them yourself. But your keys should only be entrusted to respected/trusted providers

And also, remember that private keys are like PIN codes. No service provider representative will call you or send you an email asking for such data from you.

4. Use Secure Internet

The use of a VIRTUAL PRIVATE NETWORK (VPN) is mostly advisable for a secured network. VPNs change your computer or mobile’s IP address from the current location, shielding you from threats while making crypto transactions. You can also make use of a secured internet connection and do not use public WiFi networks

5. Backup your wallet

So long as to keep your wallet encrypted. A backup of your wallet can protect you against computer failures and a lot of humane errors. It can also allow you to recover your wallet if there is a change in the device or stolen your previous device.

The crypto world is constantly changing, and it has become the duty of users to protect their virtual funds by effectively safeguarding your wallet with essential safety precautions. Familiarize yourself with the latest security news from platforms like TheHackersPro and also get more news on cybersecurity.


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