SecuX STONE W20🔍 Last analysed 8th December 2021 . Under development
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Try out searching for "lost bitcoins", "stole my money" or "scammers" together with the wallet's name, even if you think the wallet is generally trustworthy. For all the bigger wallets you will find accusations. Make sure you understand why they were made and if you are comfortable with the provider's reaction.
The Analysis ¶
The device can be paired with a mobile phone app via Bluetooth:
Private keys can be created offline - ✔️
From the SecuX manual
- Device Initialization When the device leaves the factory, there is no private key pre-set in the device. You will be asked to generate your own unique private key or restore an existing private key (using recovery words) during device initialization.
Private keys are not shared - ✔️
The device has a tamper seal that changes its appearance when the device is first opened. Therefore, when the device is first initialized, the private keys that are generated never leave the device.
equipped with an Infineon SLE solid Flash CC EAL5+ Secure Element chip, which is used to securely store your unique PIN and Private Key. It enables zero transaction leakage and your transactions are verified without the private key ever leaving the device. The Infineon Secure Element Chip also comes with a security feature: self-destructive mechanism when exposed to light, in case someone wants to break into your wallet and steal the data inside.
From Security FAQs.
Device displays receive address for confirmation - ✔️
As shown on this youtube screengrab The display can adequately display the receiving address for confirmation.
The SecuX Stone W20 has a 2.8 inch color touchscreen which is wide enough to display confirmation as well as other wallet interface necessities.
Secuxtech does not have any text on their page claiming that their hardware wallet is open source. However, they do have a repository named ‘SecuX Device Firmware’.
It may be worth looking into.
We still have to analyze this product.
As part of our Methodology, we ask:Did we get to a conclusion on the verdict of this product yet? If not, we tag it Development
This product still needs to be evaluated some more. We only gathered name, logo and maybe some more details but we have not yet come to a conclusion what to make of this product.
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