Approx. 1 month agoFrom EA’s servers FIFA 21, FIFA 22 and EA’s game engine FrostBite’s files have been stolen by hackers. we transferred. Hackers who stole the data, in the statement, said that this hack was done by EA employees. Infiltrating Slack server also clearly stated that he did.
780 GB hackers who stole the data first sold this data on the dark web, then reached EA officials and responded to the data. demanded ransom. EA, on the other hand, did not give in to these threats and did not pay the requested ransom.
Hackers leak information
According to the news of Vice, hackers can use 780 GB of data they have. 1.3GB presented a part to users on the dark web. These files are developed by EA for computers. Code of origin application and some development tools. Hackers also know that EA still threatens that you are ignoring also stated.
“ A few weeks ago we emailed EA with our ransom demand, but they didn’t care. That’s why we share these files. If they don’t contact us or pay us the ransom we will continue to share this data“, repeating their threats, hackers from EA to get this ransom doing their best.
EA aware of the situation
While EA officials did not make a detailed explanation about how to resolve the situation, they were aware of the situation and wanted to resolve this that they are working with local law enforcement was enough to specify. It was also stated that the authorities were scanning the files and trying to determine whether they really belonged to the company. EA’s recent acceptance of this ransom offer seems unlikely.
The funny thing is, the hackers reached Vice officials and asked EA to pay the ransom. It seems that the tension between the two sides will continue to increase in the coming days. We will see together how EA will get out of this business in the coming days.