After the data breach confirmed by Ledger on June 17, the hardware wallet maker and its industry competition, Trezor, alerted its followers that they frequently clean their systems from all of their customers’ order information, including email addresses that do so every 90 days .
Trezor also added a voucher to his tweet With a 10% discount in your store, the code is “DATAPRIVACY”.
Despite the measures announced in the tweet People asked the company whether its “database backups and logs” also fall under the scrubbing of confidential data every 90 days. Trezor had no responses at the time of this publication.
Ledger has already informed its users about this The database, which was violated in the security incident, contained more than a million email addresses and 9,500 additional personal data such as first name, last name, telephone number and postal address.
The France-based hardware wallet provider He clarified that payment information and cryptocurrency funds are “safe”.
General ledger plus Publicity A tweet with the following clarification:
“This data breach has no connection or impact on our hardware wallets or the security of Ledger Live and your crypto assets, which are secure and have never been compromised.”
This is an evolving story and will be updated as the facts unfold.