Last November, the Japanese publishing house Capcom faced ransomware attacks in which personal data, financial results of the company, information about upcoming titles and other data from the internal operation of the company were leaked. The company was then she claimedthat 9 personal and former employees leaked personal data, but hackers could gain access to the data of up to 350,000 different people.
In a recent Capcom press release warnsthat the leak is much larger than it originally seemed. Hackers have accessed personal data of more than 16,000 people, more than 9,000 of whom are former employees of the company, the rest are current and business partners.
The information leaked includes names, e-mail and postal addresses, telephone numbers and other information provided by the HR department. The publisher also increased the number of possible compromised persons to 390 thousand people. According to the company, data leakage should not affect customers and credit card data is not at risk, as online transactions for Capcom are always handled by third parties.
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