Feed for tag: trezor
A summary of the HoneyBadger conference
The Baltic Honeybadger conference is the first major event in Latvia dedicated to Bitcoin and the technologies built around it. This year’s second edition panelists included major Bitcoin developers like Brian bishop, Matt Corallo and Eric Voskuil, Cryptography specialists like Adam Back and Peter Todd, CEOs like Elizabeth Stark and Eric Lombrozo and many others. Here’s a summary of the two-day panels …
Trezor One Firmware Update

Recently a physical attack vector on the Trezor One hardware wallet was disclosed by a security researched called Sunny, Trezor was quick to release a firmware update 1.6.1 but the researcher realized that another attack vector of the same type was possible so SatoshiLabs released the new firmware update 1.6.3 on the 30th of August.

Trezor comes with a tamper-evident seal and the attack vector only affects tampered devices, so if you bought your Trezor used or if it came with the seal broken, make sure you update the firmware first then set it up. If you’re updating an older Trezor, make sure to have the correct recovery seed on hand as you’ll need it to set it up.

The newest firmware verifies the authenticity of the bootloader in the device. The bootloader checks the signature of the firmware. If both are genuine, your device will not display a warning, and therefore your Trezor is safe to use.

Source

June Updates for Trezor Devices and Wallet

SatoshiLabs published several updates for the trezor wallets.

The update includes support for BitcoinCash’s cashaddr, Zcash’s overwinter update and a few extra cryptocurrencies added to both wallets, the Trezor One and Trezor Model T now supports Lisk, Bitcoin Private, Vertcoin, Viacoin and Zcoin among others with support for more ethereum clones like Callisto and EthereumSocial.

Anyone running the old firmware version 1.6.1 for the Trezor One is urged to update as fast as possible, the update will wipe your memory so make sure you have your recovery seed first!

Trezor Model T in Depth Review

CoinGecko published a in-depth review of the new released hardware wallet Trezor Model T from SatoshiLabs.

In this in-depth CoinGecko Buzz review, we’re going to be looking at the latest version of SatoshiLab’s Trezor Model T. With features including touchscreen capabilities, fast processing power, and advanced coin support, this next-generation wallet should be on every serious cryptocurrency enthusiast’s or investor’s list.

Trezor Model T in Stock and Available for Shipping

SatoshiLabs announced the availability in stock of their new next-generation hardware wallet.

With great pleasure, today, we are happy to announce the start of the general availability of our next-generation hardware wallet, the Trezor Model T. The evolved cryptocurrency hardware wallet is now ready for the wide and general public. The Model T takes on the legacy of the original Trezor One, becoming your secure bitcoin hardware wallet while further enhancing security, intuitiveness, and ease-of-use over the first generation model.

The evolved hardware wallet model also features a new operating system, running the all-fresh Trezor Core. The new OS enables faster feature development, as well as easier coin-support.

Trezor Test Your Seed Backup

Trezor released a new feature that allows users to test the seed backup through the trezor wallet user interface. The seed is the 12 or 24 unique words you need to safely store and which are used to deterministically generate all private keys in HD Wallets. Quote:

Starting today, you can rest easy, without necessarily needing to wipe and launch the setup process all over again. In the TREZOR Wallet user interface, just go to device settings by clicking on your device name, and then select Advanced > Check recovery seed. Follow the instructions and, in the end, the device will tell you the status of your recovery seed. Then, you can be confident that your seed is correct, or you will know for sure you need to generate a new one.

Source Article