Capcom details the information that was compromised in a cyber attack

By Sebastian Quiroz 0 COMMENTS 11/16/2020 8:09 am


Some time ago we told you about a cyber attack you suffered Capcom, where more than 1 TB of information from company personnel and customers was lost. Now, today the company has revealed more details about misfortune, and they have explained what exactly was stolen.

In a Capcom blog post, it was mentioned that the compromised information includes employee personal data, including the names and addresses of these individuals. Sales and financial reports. Name, address, email and telephone number of clients. Confidential corporate information

On the other hand, it has been mentioned that credit card data has not been compromised, since this information is in charge of an external company. In response, Capcom has mentioned that it is already working with the authorities and they commented as follows:

“Capcom offers its sincerest apologies for any complications and concerns this may bring to potentially affected customers.”

By last, Capcom also shared an email for people concerned about their information to contact the company., which you can check here. On related issues, a sequel to the Monster Hunter movie could already be in development. Similarly, here you can see the new Resident Evil Village gameplay.


Via: Capcom

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Sebastian Quiroz

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