Crypto hardware wallet maker Trezor has confirmed user reports that they are being targeted by phishing attacks through email.

Trezor acknowledged the feedback and investigated the potential data breach of their opt-in newsletter on MailChimp. Later on, the email marketing provider later admitted the breach, saying that the platform had been compromised by an insider targeting cryptocurrency companies.

Users said that they received real-looking emails from “,” urging them to click on links in an attempt to compromise crypto wallets.

While Trezor successfully took down the domains used in phishing emails to prevent more abuse, the company announced that it won’t be communicating with its customers via email until the issue is fully resolved.

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