10. Check if you have an email address or password that has been compromised in a data breach. https://haveibeenpwned.com/
New breach: Ledger had over 1M email addresses breached in June, sold, then dumped publicly today. Data also included names, physical addresses and phone numbers. 69% were already in . Read more:
I love The Graph as much as anyone because it powers so many of my apps but be careful speculating on such new tokens like $GRT. For a token price to jump like this, it means GRT fully diluted market cap is more than 3X $AAVE or $COMP and nearly 5X that of $UNI.
6. Download CashApp.
to be very clear: your coins are safe (if you are storing your seed responsibly). there's no hack of coins held on a hardware wallet. it's just your personal information that may have been exposed if you bought a ledger between 2019 - now. potential for sim swaps, phishing etc
There seems to be an impossible-to-resist urge to rubberneck, fearmonger and amplify when it comes to infosec breaches. It's not helpful. It makes people react badly and miscalculate risk. It makes newbies run away from technology. It doesn't make you look smart or cool.
Today we were alerted to the dump of the contents of a Ledger customer database on Raidforum. We are still confirming, but early signs tell us that this indeed could be the contents of our e-commerce database from June, 2020.