Ledger has just discovered a Shopify security breach that led to the theft of 20,000 pieces of Ledger customer identification information.
Given the magnitude of the hack, CEO Pascal Gauthier reportedly saying paying off the affected users will sink Ledger financially.
Over 1 million pieces of personal identification information from Ledger wallet users has been published on a forum frequented by hackers.
The company said the attackers claim a user’s wallet has been disabled, before redirecting to a clone site to steal their credentials.
Cyber criminals have allegedly launched a phishing attack targeting users of the Ledger hardware wallet.
The disclosure comes shortly after it was discovered that Ledger suffered a breach in which 1 million customer data was compromised.
Ledger learned about the incident on July 14 when a researcher participating in its bounty program discovered the data breach.
Google has taken down another batch of fake digital currency wallets from its Chrome Web Store. The wallets have been tricking users and stealing their tokens.
A malicious Chrome extension that falsely claims to be from the Ledger hardware wallet has been found to steal from its users. One victim lost $19,000.
Ledger, renowned for its crypto hardware storage solutions, will work with Uphold to better protect its customers’ funds.
Ledger has warned their users that they may be subject to a crypto phishing attack that tries to get their passwords.