The hacker who broke into the Ethereum.org forum is supposedly selling the databases of the three most popular hardware wallets: Ledger, Trezor and KeepKey.
The three databases contain the name, address, phone number and email of over 80,000 users combined, but do not contain the passwords to the accounts.
The hacker has also recently listed the SQL database for the online trading platform, BnkToTheFuture.
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The Ledger and Trezor databases have been compromised
On May 24, the cybercrime monitoring website, Under the Breach, discovered new hacker listings for the databases of major hardware wallet vendors.
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information for nearly 41,500 Ledger users, more than 27,100 Trezor users and the 14,000 KeepKey customers.
Chat logs posted on Twitter indicate that the data was stolen through the exploitation of a vulnerability on the popular Shopify e-commerce website platform.
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Hacker adds to account information bazaar
The hacker is now announcing the databases of 18 virtual crypto-currency exchanges and forums, as well as the email lists of two crypt-tax platforms.
The databases include the complete SQL for the Korean exchange, Korbit, which covers 4,500 users, three databases for the Mexican trading platform Bitso and complete account information, including passwords for the blockchain platforms Blockcypher, Nimirum and Plutus.
The hacker specifies that he is only interested in the premium offers and declares: „Don’t offer me a low dollar, only a lot of money is allowed“.