- Mar 13, 2022
Unknown hackers stole internal data from the games giant Activision.
On Sunday, the cybersecurity and malware research group vx-underground published screenshots of data purportedly stolen from Activision, including the schedule of planned content to be released for the popular first-person shooter Call of Duty.
On Monday, games blog Insider Gaming said it confirmed a data breach after obtaining “the entirety” of the stolen data, which was not published by vx-underground.
According to the site, hackers stole employee information such as “full names, emails, phone numbers, salaries, places of work, addresses, and more.”
Hackers were able to perform a phishing attack against an Activision employee, getting access to some games and employee data
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