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Nvidia says hackers are leaking company data after ransomware attack


Nvidia has confirmed that hackers stole sensitive data from its networks, including employee credentials and proprietary company information, during last week’s cyberattack and are now “leaking it online,” a spokesperson told TechCrunch on Tuesday.
Nvidia declined to say what data was stolen during the attack, which first came to light on Friday. However, a ransomware outfit called “Lapsus$” has taken responsibility for the breach on its Telegram channel and claims to have stolen 1 terabyte of information, including “highly confidential/secret data” and proprietary source code. According to posts from the group, this includes source code for Nvidia’s hash rate limiter, which reduces the Ethereum mining performance of the company’s RTX 30-series graphics cards.
Though relatively unknown, the Lapsus$ hang first emerged on the ransomware scene in December with an attack on Braz …

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