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Spider-Man developer Insomniac Games victim of horrendous leak, as hackers steal a decade’s worth of plans for the studio’s future | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker | #hacking | #aihp

Last week, a massive amount of data was stolen from Spider-Man developer Insomniac games. Now the hackers who stole that data have leaked it online, detailing internal plans of the studio that stretch across the next decade.

On December 12, Cyber Daily reported that Insomniac had suffered a data breach committed by ransomware group Rhysida, which posted proof-of-hack documents and stated it would publish the remaining information it had stolen after seven days. A spokesperson for Rhysida told Cyber Daily it had specifically chosen Insomniac as an “easy target” with the intent of demanding money. At the same time, Rhysida ran an auction for that data with a starting price of 50 bitcoins, worth approximately $2 million.

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