Bitcoin Wallet Maker Ledger Woes Worsen With Rogue Shopify Data Theft

Bitcoin Wallet Maker Ledger Woes Worsen With Rogue Shopify Data Theft

Bitcoin hardware wallet maker Ledger has recently put a spotlight on personal financial security after hackers leaked the details of thousands of customers online. Those who sought to protect themselves from criminals instead were pushed into the line of fire. Now the situation for Ledger has gotten much worse, after an email to customers was distributed informing them of yet another data security issue, this time involving e-commerce merchant partner Shopify and what that company […]


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