Capcom is best known for its hit series Resident Evil and Monster Hunter, which are the most successful titles Capcom has ever released.
A recent hack targeting popular game development company Capcom may have taken away the personal information of about 350,000 accounts. Capcom is best known for its hit series Resident Evil and Monster Hunter, which are the most successful titles Capcom has ever released.Earlier this month, Capcom reported that they were the victims of a major hack. The hacker hacked into Capcom’s internal servers, causing the company to shut down all operations until the hacker was contained.
Accordingly, the stolen data includes the personal information of certain current employees and those who have resigned, and also includes sales and financial information of Capcom and personal information. of about 350,000 customers. Information is collected from customer service profiles, store membership cards and members of the eSports operation team. Capcom emphasizes that there are no risky data available, and the real impact could be much smaller.
The game industry often experiences breaches of varying sizes and ranges. The more prominent a company is, the easier it is to be a target for hackers eager to learn its secrets and spread them online. Similar to Capcom, Ubisoft was recently the target of such a leak; Accordingly, the hackers are not tracking customer information or corporate finance but rather the source code of Watch Dogs: Legion.