The Shitcoin Wallet Chrome extension was launched on December 9, it allows users to create their own wallet on the local terminals and communicate with other
“Your wallet is 100% secure and you don’t need to worry about
Users can manage Ether (ETH) coins and also Ethereum ERC20-based tokens usually issued for ICOs directly from their browser thanks to the Chrome extension. Users can also install a Windows desktop app if they don’t want to manage the wallet within the browser.
The malicious Chrome extension is still available for download in the official Google Chrome Web Store, it is currently installed by 621 users.
At the time it is not clear if the Shitcoin Wallet team developed the extension with the intent to steal the
At the time of writing, the installers for the desktop app of the Shitcoin Wallet are not detected as malicious by major antivirus solutions.
(SecurityAffairs – Shitcoin Wallet, hacking)
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