Data from the popular gaming company Capcom was reported stolen in recent months. The investigation into the theft has been completed and some new details have emerged.
Capcom, the popular video game company that broadcasts many games such as Resident Evil, Monster Hunter and Street Fighter, has been hit by software in recent months and a lot of information has been leaked. An inquiry into Capcom was initiated after the attack.
The inquiry would have ended the other day, and new information came out. No user, customer or employee’s credit card information was stolen as a result of the investigation. It added that there was no risk as credit card information was kept in a separate system where the attack did not take place.
However, when we look at the other details shared, we can see that the attack was large. The number of people whose accounts have been compromised is 15,649. However, the number of people whose information may have been compromised as a result of the attack was 390,000.
Stolen information includes names and emails. Japan was also told that an address and phone numbers had been stolen.