I was wondering if and how multisignature wallets protect the owners from getting robbed.
So in 2 of 3 multisignature scheme, if one of the owners' machines has been compromised (i.e. bad actor possesses the private key and can initiate a transaction without the actual owner knowing about it and the 2nd owner signs the transaction who assumes that transaction request was made by the legitimate owner), does multi-signature wallet protect users from this kind of scenario?
Does it even have a way to protect in this case? Is the assumption that wallet owners will be communicating about the transaction request offline?