Hacked Ledger Database Dumped On Raidforums

Stephen Graves reports:

More than a million customer emails that were apparently stolen from hardware wallet manufacturer Ledger were made publicly available on a hacker site today. Ledger said it was still confirming the details of the incident but admitted that the data “indeed could be the contents of our e-commerce database from June, 2020.”

The leaked data, which was published on Raidforums, also includes names, physical addresses and phone numbers of Ledger customers, and appears to originate from a hack of Ledger’s e-commerce database in June.

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