Ledger data leak: a “simple mistake” exposed buyers of 270,000 crypto wallets
The hacker likely responsible for Ledger’s July security breach recently output a large amount of data Disclosing the personal information of over 270,000 customers, including phone numbers and physical addresses. The leak also included 1 million emails from Ledger wallet owners and customers signed up for the company’s newsletter service.
Amid the excitement caused by the incident, Ledger says the focus is on improving security infrastructure rather than reimbursing users for any losses. Meanwhile, some affected customers are reportedly considering taking legal action against the company in the form of a class action lawsuit.
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