All Ledger wallets have a bug that lets hackers steal your cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency enthusiasts who rely on Ledger hardware wallets to keep their coins safe ought to exercise extreme caution when sending funds: sticky-fingered hackers might be out to re-route your digital cheddar away from your intended recipient and straight to their own wallets instead. The company has taken to Twitter to remind users to “always verify [their] receiv[ing] address” on their devices’ screen manually by using the “monitor screen” button at the bottom of each transaction request form. Referring to a recent vulnerability report from DocDroid, Ledger acknowledged that its hardware wallets suffers from a flaw that makes it possible for… This story continues at The Next Web

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2018-02-06T04:23:12+00:00

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