Encrypted wallet provider Ledger recently experienced database leaks and wallet vulnerabilities, putting users' bitcoins at risk. The chief technology officer of Ledger stated that in terms of database leakage, the attacker accessed part of our e-commerce and marketing database through a third-party misconfigured API key on our website, allowing unauthorized access to our customers’ contact information and Order data. Ledger fixed this issue on the same day and disabled the API key. Approximately 270,000 customer details were taken such as postal address, last name, first name and telephone number.
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