EA Games hacked without losses

The famous game company Electronic Arts known for its acronym EA was exposed to a hack, as the famous technology site Motherboard reported that the famous video game publisher responsible for making games such as Battlefield and Need For Speed was hacked.

The site confirmed, that they have found several secret hacking forums that list about 780 GB of data from the company and that they are trying to sell the assets, while the screenshots in these forums also indicate that the hackers managed to obtain the source code of the game FIFA 2021, the source code and engine tools. The game is owned by EA - Frostbite, and the game engine is also found in popular titles including Battlefield and FIFA 21.

While some forums claim to have also hacked the company's software development kits, the same has been confirmed by Electronic Arts to Motherboard, and the publisher has confirmed that they were hacked and data being sold on the forums stolen from them.

EA also confirmed that the necessary measures regarding the hack have already made security improvements, and they are investigating the latest incident and working with officials and legal experts, and at the same time, there will be no impact on the games or their business, and they also confirmed that the players' data is safe and unharmed. during penetration.

And this isn't the first time this kind of thing has happened, as hackers recently hacked the source code for CD Projekt Red for Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3, and Nintendo also had a data breach for SNES and Nintendo 64 games including Super Mario and Nintendo 64 . Zelda (not released).

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