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Ledger Hacked - One Million E-Mails and 9,500 Home Addresses Exposed

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Ledger is a French company behind one of the most known and prominent BTC and ETH crypto wallet. They announced on Wednesday (29.07.2020) that its e-commerce database was hacked in June.

On their website you Can read that approximately 1 million of customers e-mail addresses and 9500 customers personal details such a first and last name, postal address, phone number or ordered products was stolen.

So, Ledger team claims that only customers contact data was stolen. The hardware technology is not affected by hack so all the crypto are safe.

Issue with database was already found and fixed. The whole announcement you can found here: https://www.ledger.com/addressing-the-july-2020-e-commerce-and-marketing-data-breach

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Good thing the data has been fixed already.

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4 months ago

Thank for sharing your informative article.

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4 months ago

Good thing it's alright now, but i hope security will be more strong so nothing like this will happen again

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4 months ago

Thank you so much for sharing this informative article 😍

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4 months ago

I hope security will be more strong so nothing like this will happen again, but its a good news everything is alright now

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4 months ago

Keep glowing

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4 months ago

That's not good at all. How good this hacker might be. 🤣🤔🤨😑

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4 months ago

Hack here, hack there. Hacking anywhere .😏😑

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4 months ago

Damn my crypto💘💘💘

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4 months ago

Nowadays privacies are at higher risk. Hackers are doing their things well. It's one million e-mails. The numbers' sooo scary! I hope the security improves too.

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4 months ago

It is scary when you think about a company who makes security devices for us.

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4 months ago

Damn, those people are endangered. Hopefully nothing bad happens to them

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