Trezor News

Trezor’s hardware wallet is a device for operating with Bitcoins that works independently of the Internet. It consisting of owner’s private keys that can operate transactions offline. Compared with traditional methods of cold storage, Trezor’s advantage is that it does not exposing secret data while making payments, making them absolutely secure. Before getting starting, it is necessary to register an account on the official Trezor website, which is absolutely safe from hackers, provided the gadget stays with its owner. The device functions as a small computer and confirms all the transactions in it, making it is possible to check the amount, a receiver and other details at any time. When the wallet is connected with a computer, it is necessary to enter a security pin-code. According to the representatives, even a computer infected by a virus poses no threat to the Trezor wallet. The device itself is small and can be held on a keyring.

News
The desktop app reportedly provides “more robust protection” than Trezor’s browser-based wallet.
Trezor claims new “phishing proof” desktop wallet
Turner Wright
2020-10-14T21:26:13+01:00
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News
They are apparently working on other things that are of a higher priority.
It’s been 4 months & KeepKey’s hardware is still vulnerable to remote ransom attacks
Felipe Erazo
2020-09-03T22:14:00+01:00
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News
Crypto wallet provider Trezor shares that they delete all sensitive data from their customers’ orders every 90 days.
Trezor Takes a Shot at Ledger After the Hack
Felipe Erazo
2020-07-29T20:06:00+01:00
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Interview
The Ledger vs. Trezor beef has a long history, but Ledger’s CTO efforts may have fanned the flames as he reported vulnerabilities his team discovered in its com...
An Inside Look Into the Surprisingly Friendly Rivalry Between Ledger and Trezor
Andrey Shevchenko
2020-06-02T19:14:00+01:00
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Follow up
Representatives of companies that were allegedly hacked strongly deny the allegations, stating that the exploit had been fixed years ago.
Ledger, Trezor and Others: Hack Allegations Are Baseless, Lack Proof
Shiraz Jagati
2020-05-27T15:20:00+01:00
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News
What if this scammer is just pretending to be a hacker?
Stolen Trezor, Ledger and KeepKey Databases Are a ‘Scam,’ Says SatoshiLabs
Samuel Haig
2020-05-25T16:19:00+01:00
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News
The customer databases of Trezor, Ledger, and Keepkay have allegedly been listed for sale by the perpetrating hacker.
Hacker Sells Tens of Thousands of Ledger, Tezor, and Keepkey Users’ Info
Samuel Haig
2020-05-24T15:52:00+01:00
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Tech Analysis
A breakdown of seven hardware wallet devices to help choose the one that fits every need.
Bitcoin in the Palm of Your Hand — Crypto Hardware Wallets Review
Adrian Zmudzinski
2020-03-26T19:47:00+00:00
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