Ledger, a leading manufacturer of crypto hardware wallets, has delayed the release of Ledger Recover, a key recovery function. The company has stated that the release will take place only after all necessary work has been completed. It includes making as much code as possible open source, beginning with the fundamental components of the operating system.
Ledger Apologizes for Miscommunication Regarding Ledger Recover Announcement
Ledger acknowledges that the initial announcement of Ledger Recover caused confusion among customers due to miscommunication. The company apologizes for the unanticipated nature of the communication error. It assures its users that it has learned from this experience. Ledger intends to improve transparency and provide clearer information to the community in the future.
The goal of Ledger has always been to provide a secure foundation for digital assets while also ensuring user accessibility through intuitive interfaces. Ledger will continue to work toward this goal in collaboration with Coincover by providing Ledger Recover.
The recovery of seed phrases is a major impediment to the widespread adoption of self-custody in the crypto world. Ledger understands the value of digital asset sovereignty and self-custody for users and aims to simplify cryptography without sacrificing security. Ledger emphasizes its commitment to security by highlighting its status as the only Consumer Reports-recommended Certified hardware wallet. To ensure the safety of private keys, the Donjon security team conducts independent reviews of ecosystem changes.
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To increase transparency, Ledger has made a large portion of its code available for public review on GitHub. Eric Larcheveque, the co-founder of Ledger, has also explained the benefits of open source. He states that it allows programmers and security analysts to examine the code for potential vulnerabilities.
Ledger Commits to Open Sourcing More of its Operating System and Ledger Recover Protocol
Ledger intends to accelerate its open-source development schedule in accordance with its commitment to openness. The company intends to open source more of the Ledger operating system, beginning with the essentials and the upcoming Ledger Recover. Ledger will also open source the Ledger Recover protocol. The CTO and the engineering team will collaborate to maintain the development roadmap.
Ledger assures users that their devices’ security will not be jeopardized. The company values customer feedback and is taking it into account as it moves forward with its long-standing plan to increase transparency. Ledger encourages users to use the password function to protect their assets from unauthorized access.