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The Analysis ¶
To spend the funds, the private keys need to get exposed to potentially insecure systems. A virus on that system could empty the wallet the second the device gets plugged into the USB port.
This wallet depends on sharing the private key to create a transaction!
As part of our Methodology, we ask:Can the device sign transactions? If not, we tag it
Some people claim their paper wallet is a hardware wallet. Others use RFID chips with the private keys on them. A very crucial drawback of those systems is that in order to send a transaction, the private key has to be brought onto a different system that doesn’t necessarily share all the desired aspects of a hardware wallet.
Paper wallets need to be printed, exposing the keys to the PC and the printer even before sending funds to it.
Simple RFID based devices can’t sign transactions - they share the keys with whoever asked to use them for whatever they please.
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