We know better that JavaScipt’s Math Functions don`t have enough good standards to be used in Cryptography since it’s very basic and don’t really encrypt anything . Especially when the random function has many documented flaws where you can find very easy with a quick google search.
It turns out that someone has exploited the weaknesses and stolen Bitcoins from people that used brainwallet.org to generate paper wallets.
We had a post today by reddit user LostAllOfMyBtc who says that “35 of my BTC gone. PC not compromised.“. The user explains that the bitcoins were stored in 18 different bitcoin addresses that were generated using brainwallet.org’s random button only.
This interesting story turns out to be even more weird when another Reddit user (his Alias: btcrobinhood) who asked LostAllOfMyBtc to attest that he did indeed own the Bitcoin (by signing a message using one of keys) and then returned the Bitcoins. Even if people think that what btcrobinhood was cool, we must not forget that the Bitcoins were only returned after the user noticed they were missing. We simply cannot know how many wallets he has ripped off by using this method.
Is like literally opening the peoples wallets and basically open them and steal the cash from it.
Just a short advice that i would give, if you have used any online generator of Bitcoin addresses (not just BrainWallet.org) please check your balances and transfer the bitcoins to another wallet ASAP.
You think this is a motherfucking game?