Ballet Cryptolatest release: ?? last analysed 8th August 2021 Provided private keys
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The Analysis ¶
This hardware device lacks a screen or a button, this device cannot provide basic security of hardware wallets.
The device gets delivered with private keys as defined by the provider!
As part of our Methodology, we ask:Are the keys never shared with the provider? If not, we tag it Provided Keys
The best hardware wallet cannot guarantee that the provider deleted the keys if the private keys were put onto the device by them in the first place.
There is no way of knowing if the provider took a copy in the process. If they did, all funds controlled by those devices are potentially also under the control of the provider and could be move out of the client’s control at any time at the provider’s discretion.
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