Trezor crypto wallet warns users of doppelgänger scam app on Google Play

Trezor crypto wallet warns users of doppelgänger scam app on Google Play

The fake Trezor app has been downloaded by at least 1,000 people on the Android’s app store Google Play. Trezor, a major hardware cryptocurrency wallet supplier, has warned its users about a fake Trezor application on Google Play.According to Trezor, the fake app is malicious and has no relation to Trezor or SatoshiLabs, a company that created the Trezor wallet. Announcing the news on Jan. 18, Trezor asked its clients to not install the malicious application, reminding users that they should never share their seed phrase with anyone.Warning to all Trezor owners using Android devices! This....


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