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Samsung’s 190GB Data Breach: Everything You Need to Know About

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Samsung confirmed a security data breach in which hackers stole Galaxy device source code.

According to Samsung’s statement to Bloomberg, the leak affects Galaxy source code but not consumer or employee data. We don’t expect any impact on business or customers.”

This cyberattacker appears to be LAPSUS$, who recently attacked Nvidia. Samsung hasn’t confirmed.

Last week, cyber intruders declared they’d accessed Samsung’s data and shared a glimpse of its software.

Hackers accessed 190GB of data, including bootloader methods, source code, and mobile biometric authentication. Data uploaded as a torrent, according to Bleeping Computer.

Samsung stated that this data set does not include customer or staff personal information. It added, “We’ve taken steps to prevent future accidents and will continue serving consumers without interruption.” Samsung confirmed a security breach in which hackers stole Galaxy device source code.

According to Samsung’s statement to Bloomberg, the leak affects Galaxy source code but not consumer or employee data. We don’t expect any impact on business or customers.”

This cyberattacker appears to be LAPSUS$, who recently attacked Nvidia. Samsung hasn’t confirmed.

Last week, cyber intruders declared they’d accessed Samsung’s data and shared a glimpse of its software.

Hackers accessed 190GB of data, including bootloader methods, source code, and mobile biometric authentication. Furthermore data uploaded as a torrent, according to Bleeping Computer.

Samsung stated that this data set does not include customer or staff personal information. Moreover it added, “We’ve taken steps to prevent future accidents and will continue serving consumers without interruption.”

Samsung isn’t doing anything to respond to this attack, other than strengthening up its systems and sending email notices. However, instead of offering free credit monitoring to everyone whose identity leak, the company reminds consumers that they’re entitle to three free credit reports a year. Thanks?

This incidence shouldn’t cause you any fear. Limited personal information doesn’t include passwords or anything to update instantly. Samsung is embarrassed. The company should survive, though.

 

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