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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Bitcoin Wallet Safety Question

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Сosign to set a new standard of bitcoin wallet safety

Сosign to set a new standard of bitcoin wallet safety submitted by haweinn to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

In the future, can a hardware wallet be added into a laptop or phone's motherboard while keeping all the safety that we have in current hw wallets? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Any suggestions for the safety wallet to store bitcoin ? I have left an amount on binance and now I need somewhere trustworthy. I've already know about cold wallet to store it but some problems happened so I need to find a place temporarily. I think about Trust wallet but does it safe ?

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Keeping your bitcoins safe - Academic Survey 2015

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Safety of storing coins in Bitcoin Core wallet?

I was talking with a friend who got into bitcoin about 6 months ago who was adamant about storing his coins in the wallet.dat file that comes with Bitcoin Core. I told him that it's not as safe if it's connected to the internet while he updates his blocks. He said he took the wallet.dat file out of the application and stored it on a jump drive that he keeps in a safe deposit box at his bank.

Aside from needing to trust the bank, is this a good method for storing coins? It seems less expensive than buying a hardware wallet. Appreciate your thoughts!
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Bitcoin wallets and safety: Phone wallets are the second-best, says Andreas

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Bitcoin Safety: A Guide on How to keep your wallet and Private Keys secure

Bitcoin Safety: A Guide on How to keep your wallet and Private Keys secure submitted by caternoon to hackernoon [link] [comments]

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Crypto Private Key Generator: A Look Under the Hardware Wallet Hood for User Safety - Bitcoin Exchange Guide submitted by prnewswireadmin to cryptonewswire [link] [comments]

Safety of open source Bitcoin wallet software/apps

Open source software are considered safe/safer because the source code can be audited/reviewed. This thread is not about the source code, but the potential risk caused by the compilation process, or in other words, the possibility that the software/apps aren't complied from the claimed source code.
Here is a link about some version of TrueCrypt's Windows executable being suspicious:
https://blog.cryptographyengineering.com/2013/10/14/lets-audit-truecrypt/
[T]he Windows version of TrueCrypt 7.0a deviates from the Linux version in that it fills the last 65,024 bytes of the header with random values whereas the Linux version fills this with encrypted zero bytes. From the point of view of a security analysis the behavior of the Windows version is problematic. By an analysis of the decrypted header data it can’t be distinguished whether these are indeed random values or a second encryption of the master and XTR key with a back door password. From the analysis of the source we could preclude that this is a back door… As it can’t be ruled out that the published Windows executable of Truecrypt 7.0a is compiled from a different source code than the code published in “TrueCrypt_7.0a_Source.zip” we however can’t preclude that the binary Windows package uses the header bytes after the key for a back door.
As far as I understand, a good way of using an open source software is to build your own executable, which is not possible for most users. A even better way it's to match your executable with the official one, if it supports deterministic build. But deterministic build is even more intimidating. I wonder how many people actually build their own Bitcoin Core software, or Tor, or TrueCrypt.
In addition, every time the software is updated, you have to go through the build process. If you use downloaded executables (even from the official source), as long as one version is compromised, all your bitcoins may be gone. The updates of software are my biggest concern.
Is the concern legit? Is there anyone who actually builds his/her Bitcoin software/app (every time it's updated)?
On a different but relevant matter, is there any trustworthy Bitcoin wallet software/app based on scripting/interpreted language? I've heard JavaScript-based ones are not to be trusted because the language is not strongly-typed.
Thanks.
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What is the best wallet to put the Bitcoin Core Wallet .dat file into to 'see' the SBTC [ after sending the Bitcoin to a new wallet for safety first,of course] But is there an SBTC wallet released yet for bitcoin core users like me.

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Keeping the Real Bitcoin: Bitcoin Core Wallet Promises Safety

Keeping the Real Bitcoin: Bitcoin Core Wallet Promises Safety submitted by BTCBCCBCH to btc [link] [comments]

fix the wallet GUI's. Confirmations should be labelled for the increasing safety so unaware users can know what they mean. /r/Bitcoin

fix the wallet GUI's. Confirmations should be labelled for the increasing safety so unaware users can know what they mean. /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Ok so... noob here. I sent 3 bitcoins (1.5 then 1.5) to my bitfinex wallet. They were immediately sent to a bunch of other wallets afterwards along with some other bitcoins (not mine). Was this a hacker's doing or did bitfinex just do this for safety reasons?

Ok so... noob here. I sent 3 bitcoins (1.5 then 1.5) to my bitfinex wallet. They were immediately sent to a bunch of other wallets afterwards along with some other bitcoins (not mine). Was this a hacker's doing or did bitfinex just do this for safety reasons? submitted by healslutthrowaway1 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Question about hardware wallet with electrum wallet safety. /r/Bitcoin

Question about hardware wallet with electrum wallet safety. /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Accident With Hardware Wallet. Keep Your Safety! /r/Bitcoin

Accident With Hardware Wallet. Keep Your Safety! /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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A question on Bitcoin wallet security/safety

OK, so i have two choices for Bitcoin security, and i am trying to asses which is the most secure.
I have Electrum on my personal laptop - internet connected
Obviously attack vectors exist.
1) a hacker can hack the wallet, as its on an online computer. 2) someone can steal my laptop, and attempt a hack that way 3) Someone can find out my 12 word seed and create a new wallet on another computer 4) My house burns down, taking the computer, wallet, and paper written backup 12 word seed with it - it is also in the house, different location.
The second option i have is
Ledger HW1
which also has obvious attack vectors
1) An attacker finds my HW1 - guesses my pin (within three guesses) and finds my security code card (in the house different location) - stealing bitcoin 2) An attacker gets the 24 word seed, and creates a new wallet on a new device 3) An attacker pretends to be me and orders a new security code card, and then steals the HW1 and hacks the 4 digit password. 4) House burns down, taking HW1, Security Code Card, and 24 Word Seed with it.
My question is - am i missing anything? What is the best way to secure my bitcoin?
Both seem to have obvious attack vectors...
Obviously, i can put the security code card in another location - but i need to transact every now and again with that Ledger Wallet - so therefore it stays in the same house as the HW1.
The 12/24 backup seed i can obviously put in another location. I am ok with this - but nothing stopping that second location from being hacked/robbed/burned down - causing me issues.
Anyone got any ideas/suggestions/advice?
Thanks in advance.
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What is the best wallet to put the Bitcoin Core Wallet .dat file into to 'see' the SBTC [ after sending the Bitcoin to a new wallet for safety first,of course] But is there an SBTC wallet released yet for bitcoin core users like me.

What is the best wallet to put the Bitcoin Core Wallet .dat file into to 'see' the SBTC [ after sending the Bitcoin to a new wallet for safety first,of course] But is there an SBTC wallet released yet for bitcoin core users like me. submitted by Aeons337fw0 to bitcoin_forks [link] [comments]

Corey Petty on Twitter: "Had an issue with sending coins with @jaxx_io #bitcoin wallet, received immediate assurance of safety, and instructions for coin removal +10"

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Deterministic wallet safety and claiming airdrops? /r/Bitcoin

Deterministic wallet safety and claiming airdrops? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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