Safeguarding Crypto Assets: Assisting Victims of the Atomic Wallet Exploitation


In a concerning turn of events, users of Atomic Wallet have recently reported the complete loss of their crypto portfolios. Atomic Wallet, a non-custodial decentralized wallet, has experienced a major security breach resulting in users reporting the complete loss of their crypto portfolios. The company places the responsibility for asset storage squarely on the users themselves. Unfortunately, the exploit appears to have occurred due to the upload of a compromised version of Atomic Wallet, resulting in the leakage of users’ seed phrases.

Some victims of the hack have also observed a small deposit of ETH/ERC-20 tokens just before their funds vanished, triggering a smart contract-based wallet drain upon logging into the updated version of Atomic Wallet. This article serves as a call to action for those affected by the Atomic Wallet exploit, emphasizing the importance of seeking immediate legal assistance to address this distressing situation.

Atomic Wallet’s Response and User Reports:

Following reports of compromised wallets, the team at Atomic Wallet wasted no time in launching an investigation to analyze and understand the breach. In a tweet posted on June 3, Atomic Wallet’s team acknowledged the receipt of wallet compromise reports and assured users that they are diligently working to investigate the matter further. As they gather more information, Atomic Wallet commits to providing updates accordingly. With a user base exceeding 5 million, the impact of this exploit is substantial, amplifying the urgency for a swift and thorough response.

Possible Connection to Atomic macOS Info-Stealing Malware:

The recent Atomic Wallet exploitation may be linked to an earlier incident involving the Atomic macOS info-stealing malware that occurred in April 2023. Cybercriminals were offering this macOS information-stealing malware, known as ‘Atomic’ or ‘AMOS,’ through private Telegram channels at a significant cost of $1,000 per month. This malware, delivered via a DMG file, leveraged a 64-bit Go-based framework to target macOS systems. Its purpose was to pilfer keychain passwords, local files, browser-stored data (such as passwords, cookies, and credit card information), and even data. Cryptocurrency users have become prime targets for information-stealing malware, leading to heightened concerns about the security of digital assets.

Taking Legal Measures to Protect Your Interests:

If you have fallen victim to the Atomic Wallet exploit, it is of utmost importance to seek prompt legal assistance. As a forensic and law firm experienced in handling such cases, we urge you to reach out to us without delay via email at Our dedicated team will assess your situation, collecting relevant evidence and documentation to evaluate the extent of your loss. We will guide you through the necessary legal measures to address the exploit and strive to recover your stolen assets. Swift action is vital to maximize the chances of a successful resolution and ensure that those responsible are held accountable.