Forged the Electrotum website for fishing, a user was stolen 700 bitcoins

According to the Symantec Security Lab (johnwick.io), users recently filed a coin-drop event, claiming that the download of the Electrotum wallet was phishing, losing more than 700 bitcoins, and the stolen address has been added to the dimension reduction AML system. Continuous monitoring and tracking of further capital flows. It is reported that the malicious website (electrumsecure.com) forged the Electrotum website for phishing attacks, guiding users to download and use the wallet, in order to steal the user's private key and other sensitive data. The Dimensional Security Lab reminds users not to install the Electrum wallet from an unknown source to avoid asset loss.
Electrum official website: electrum.org
Electrum phishing website: electrumsecure.com