Bitcoin dust attack is performed by sending $1 to any wallet you wanna sweep away from its entire funds. Dust doesn’t require a specific coin state, a dust is sent to non-spendable funds as well as confirmed or unconfirmed bitcoins
after performing dust it clears away every entity as well as its transactions made and the funds are fully spendable and can be transferred from one wallet to another. In the language of cryptocurrencies, the term dust refers to a tiny amount of coins or tokens – an amount that is so small that most users don’t even notice. Taking Bitcoin as an example, the smallest unit of BTC is 1 satoshi (0.00000001 BTC), so we may use the term dust to refer to a couple of hundreds of satoshis.
A dust attack is sent to non-spendable funds as well as confirmed and unconfirmed bitcoins. Dust is not a hack nor a private key but a direct attack on the funds which will be automatically transferred to your wallet. A bitcoin dust does not attack an address leaving a remainder, it sweeps away everything in the wallet and transfers to the beneficiary address.
Bitcoin dust was initiated by the Black Mont Hackers in 2016 and we bought this tool through the deep web in October 2017 and we tried an attack though we are out now just to help everyone that has issues regarding bitcoins as we have the means to overcome any difficulties.