[Cryptography] Satoshi's PGP key.

John Levine johnl at iecc.com
Sat Dec 19 00:31:04 EST 2015

>So my question is, “is it possible for some malware to steal an entire BIT COIN wallet and
>copy a passphrase and then the perpetrator can spend someone else’s bitcoins”.

If the wallet's stored in software on the computer, sure.  It's happened:


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