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I've recently had my ledger hacked, i have the transaction ID and wallet address that its still sat in does anyone have any advice on how to deal with this? I also participated in the FLR airdrop, if my ledger has been compromised/hacked which could only have been done if someone hacked my gmail account, should i purchase a new ledger & i presume this would affect my FLR airdrop?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.



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You don't need to purchase a new Ledger, just reset the one you have, so that it generates a new 24-word phrase.

But before you do that, I would suggest that you may as well try to save your FLR when it's dropped today. Set up a new FLR wallet (e.g. using Bifrost) and as soon as the FLR drop happens into your Ledger wallet, use your Ledger to send it to your new wallet. If you do this faster than the hacker then you'll keep the FLR.

Aside from that, the usual advice is that if it's a significant amount that's been stolen and you want to chase it, then report it to your local law enforcement, just in case something comes of it.

Best of luck.

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