Trezor, the producer of some of the most widely distributed crypto hardware wallets, has explained its approach to recently discovered vulnerabilities, pushed to prominence by competiror company, Ledger. Trezor still warned that no device is ultimately unhackable, and the human factor is always present.
Regarding supply-chain tampering and injections of code words, Trezor once again stated its devices are manufactured under controlled conditions, and users should only buy the original device.
But the most seriously regarded attack was the Side Channel attack vector that managed to quickly read the PIN of the device, by intercepting electricity charges. Trezor claims to have patched this flaw:
“Side-channeling the PIN on Trezor One was inde...