Cold wallet maker Ledger adds more privacy protection to its software suite
Hardware wallet maker Ledger has recently upgraded its software suite to include more privacy and control over crypto transfers to help prevent ‘dusting attacks’.
A dusting attack is where a malicious actor sends small amounts of Bitcoin to a wallet to break the privacy of users for further attacks.
Ledger Live version 2.11.1 introduces a new feature called Coin Control which gives users the ability to adjust transaction settings to include more privacy or optimal fee usage.
The announcement added that the feature works through its ability to manage Hierarchical Deterministic (HD) wallets, or multiple different Bitcoin addresses.