A scammer stole all my Ethereum

A few months ago, a scammer transferred all my Ethereum from my Crypto-Wallet to his.
He got access to my crypto wallet via a special SmartContract which, once digitally signed, allows access to the crypto wallet.
In this scam, an enormous amount of Ethereum was stolen from me and I can definitely say that I am broke.
The theft of all the Ethereum from my CryptoWallet was a devastating experience. I had thought that I had taken all the necessary security measures to ensure that such a thing cannot happen, but it did.
Despite this unfortunate incident, I still firmly believe in the potential of cryptocurrencies and NFTs. Since the invention of Bitcoin in 2009, the cryptocurrency market has exploded and more people are joining it every day. Cryptocurrencies offer several advantages over traditional fiat currencies such as faster transactions, lower fees, and more privacy for users. In addition to these benefits, cryptocurrencies are increasingly being accepted by merchants around the world as a viable payment option - something that could not have been imagined before their invention
In addition to their use as currency, cryptocurrencies have other uses, such as in smart contracts, where they can be used as a medium of exchange or even as voting tokens for governance issues in decentralized networks. In addition, NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) are becoming increasingly popular with artists and collectors, who use them to store artwork or digital collectibles on the blockchain to ensure their authenticity and uniqueness. This is especially useful because it allows anyone to verify if an artwork is genuine or if changes have been made after purchase, without relying on third parties or middlemen
Overall, while it was a difficult experience to lose all of my Ethereum due to fraudulent activity, I remain a firm believer in cryptocurrencies and NFTs as options for financial transactions and as a tool for liberalizing the art market, respectively.