How I got hacked, lost crypto and what it says about Apple’s security. Part 1

Attack Timeline

0xc7a93685f6ae28d29d4a6e974a9c774f8ebbc904
0x8C46335777867367e279350eEDacdA5463de9029
0x60c4082d976f245fc3c2ff52814cea5858a89423f7f81046da45809a5d0f37a1
0x31ab912f984a803ffd4e79340e050a31254535f07050242eb72dd360fce4a851
0xedff4cc789d7a53133a4451680f1e73321c52b5da1725432a4288ac4e418c356
0x929226416c83da6a4a2962368803c392b2d05b701aad419269b032e1a125c411
0x542e3f237013bd7e81b5b90fffc5c83aa46824a38e9fd535a533d5f00dddfaef
0x4a370b66e5ea3577dfe9fce2230fefda0d27de1cf913d9215953a534352652ae
pmset -g log | grep -e “ Sleep “ -e “ Wake “

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Part 2

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