Well, that's a transaction made with a MitMed Bitfi, with the phrase and seed being sent to a remote machine. That sounds a lot like Bounty 2 to me. pic.twitter.com/qBOVQ1z6P2â Ask Cybergibbons! (@cybergibbons) 13 August 2018 Cybergibbons, a hacker outfit have managed to hack a BitFi wallet in order to view communications between the wallet and the network. According to Gizmodo.co.uk: âAccording to security researcher Andrew Tierney (aka Cybergibbons), the team was able to intercept communications between the wallet and Bitfi which shows it's still connected to the dashboard - despite the modifications that have been made. He also confirmed that the deviceâs private keys and its passphrase to a remote server, which he believes qualifies them for the smaller bounty.â See more for yourself, here. Although, it does seem that the smaller bounty wonât be paid out, simply because McAfeeâs team at BitFi, keep changing the rules. Moreover, according to another tweet from Cybergibbons, BitFi have actually got a little defensive about this one - Image sourced from - @cybergibbons This image has been shared by the Cybergibbons Twitter page and seems to suggest that instead of accepting the fact BitFi is hackable, they are behaving abusively towards those that are exposing the vulnerabilities that McAfee dared so many people to attempt to expose. What can we take from this? Altogether, itâs a very strange situation. BitFi is hackable, many many people have proved that this is the case, yet McAfee and the BitFi team fail to accept that. All they need to do is admit defeat and say âthanksâ. Thank the hackers who are exposing the vulnerabilities, give them the reward they worked for and use the experience in order to bolster the devices security. This is a learning curve, by trying to remain bold and persistent, BitFi are only damaging the reputation of their product. After all of this, is anyone really ever going to be able to trust them?