Trezor appears to take a shot at the competition following Ledger’s recent data breach.
Following Ledger’s confirmed data breach on June 17, competing hardware wallet manufacturer Trezor cheekily made their followers aware that they frequently purge their systems of all customer order data, including email addresses — apparently every 90 days.
Ledger too published a tweet on the data breach incident:
“This data breach has no link and no impact whatsoever with our hardware wallets nor Ledger Live security and your crypto assets, which are safe and have never been in peril.”
This is a developing story and will be updated.
Source: , CoinTelegraph
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