The hardware wallets company has once again become a target for cyber criminals, Ledger, as its users accepted attack fishing. In fact, many were those who shared their experience with SOCIAL MEDIA, describing the attack as particularly convincing.
The criminals emailed the users claiming that their Ledger Wallets had been affected by a data breach involving thousands of users. They also reported that the company team was not yet able to know the exact extent of the breach.
"To protect your data, download the latest version of Ledger Live and follow the instructions to set up a new PIN in your Wallet," the email states. It then directs the user to a download link, to a fake website set up to steal the credentials of.
A Ledger user, the developer Andreas Tasch, presented in detail the cyber attack on one tweet of.
A company spokesman revealed that an internal investigation had been launched into the attack. Ledger continued to experience attempts phishing, with criminals' trying to put in risk the integrity and information of its customers. "
The spokesman added, "The investigation is ongoing and we can not provide further details at this time, but one thing is for sure. fishing. "
Back in June, Ledger was once again the victim of a data breach, leaking the personal data of more than 1 million users. As reported by coingeek, the company claimed that hackers had access to the e-commerce and marketing database via an API key. The company had not discovered the breach until three weeks later a security investigator involved in a project bug bounty he mentioned her.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Ledger has not yet confirmed the incident.