“Are you able to imagine all the possible consequences that can occur to you and your loved ones?” said the scammer.
Ledger wallet users face mounting home invasion and other scareware threats as hacker dumps private customer information online.
The incident shows the variety of ways data can be used to hurt people, and raises questions about how and if certain data should be retained at all.
A cybersecurity expert claimed the affected users would be targeted online and in person now that their personal information had been made public.
Even though wallet operators have a large role to play in protecting funds, customers also need to educate themselves to avoid phishing scams.
Ledger confirmed that for the last week some customers have been the target of a phishing attack.
It seems the review was already in process before the attack ever occured.
Square’s SubZero cold wallet is great, but Ledger Vault is better says the company’s VP of Product.
The process was meant to ensure that customer information is handled properly by the company.
Currency.com obtained a distributed ledger technology license from the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission.