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Blog post: does airgap make Bitcoin hardware wallets more secure?

Blog post: does airgap make Bitcoin hardware wallets more secure?



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  1. Pretty interesting post. Of course I started out saying “of COURSE it does!” but the author made some good points. It only reinforces that security is a multi-layer process and there isn’t one silver bullet that will automatically keep you safe.

  2. tldr; Airgap is a security measure that physically isolates a device from an untrusted network, like the internet, by removing all network interfaces. The security of an air-gapped system fully relies on the fact that the exchanged data is not malicious or maliciously altered during transfer. As demonstrated by the Stuxnet malware that sabotaged an Iranian uranium enrichment facility, not thoroughly inspecting data can render security benefits moot.

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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