Hackers steal 190GB of sensitive Samsung data

Hackers steal 190GB of sensitive Samsung data
Hackers steal 190GB of sensitive Samsung data

Hackers have claimed to have stolen 190 GB of sensitive data from Samsung.

South American hacking group Lapus uploaded some sensitive data from smartphone maker Samsung on Friday, according to a report by Blipping Computer.

The hacker claimed to have succeeded in stealing the bootloader source code.

According to the report, the leak also contains sensitive data of Qualcomm. According to The Korean Herald, the company is investigating.

Lapus recently said it had also breached Nvidia’s data.

According to Lapus, they stole one terabyte of data from Nvidia, which contained schematics and driver source code.

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