A spokesperson for Taiwanese computer maker Acer has confirmed today that the company suffered a second security breach this year after hackers advertised the sale of more than 60 GB of data on an underground cybercrime forum.
Supposedly containing customer details and login information for Indian retailers and distributors, the data was shared on RAID, a forum used by threat actors over the past years to extort companies and sell stolen data.
Samples of the stolen data, along with a video of the rest of the files, were shared by the threat actor.
The Record was able to confirm some of the data that was leaked on Wednesday.
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Responding to a request for comment sent yesterday by The Record, an Acer spokesperson confirmed the hack in an email earlier today, after the company notified its security team and investigated the hackers’ claims.
The full unedited statement is available below:
We have recently detected an isolated attack on our local after-sales service system in
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