Hacker Selling 80,000 Users’ Data Stolen From Cryptocurrency Wallets

IANS reports:

A hacker who was behind the cyber attack on Ethereum.org is now selling data tied to key cryptocurrency wallets like Keepkey, Trezor, Ledger and online investment platform Bnktothefuture. The hacker has three large databases with information pertaining to at least 80,000 customers. This includes the customer’s email address, name, phone number, residential address and other data.

Read more on News18. There’s some question about claims that some of the data come from Shopify, as Shopify has said that so far, their investigation has not found any compromise of their system and the data does not match their real database.

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