This is not true if the wallet had the option to encrypted . Would not this happen because my public key was outside the PC you understand? It has nothing to do with malicious PCs. If the wallet data file is run automatically and you can not always encrypted have a problem with it. Your example is totally out of date. The file is absolutely unprotected because it opens an automatically unprotected file when syncing.
If the wallet requires synchronization of the connection to the net, you are always free of the threat password and it does not matter whether you have a malicious PC or not. The scanning soft hacker finds the address and it happens to me. Sorry but you are wrong. Or you do not want to admit it.
And I’m not the first to get it. I think it’s an intent, and it’s done by someone who knows it works. I’ve already found more accounts with this problem.
Big players will not save BTCz unless the wallet is protected when opened. This is crytical mistake Wallet BTCz.
Question? The question why was I attacked when I had a lot of money but there and not when I had a little money?