Activision's Data Breach Contains Employee Information, Call of Duty and More, Report
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Insider Gaming has been able to obtain the entirety of the gaming giant Activision’s data breach initially reported by vx-underground and confirmed the data contains plans for Modern Warfare 2’s upcoming DLCs, Call of Duty 2023 (Codenamed Jupiter) and Call of Duty 2024 (Codenamed Cerberus), as well as sensitive employee information.
Employee information obtained includes full names, emails, phone numbers, salaries, places of work, and more. It appears that the hack was limited to one employee’s computer. However, given the responsibilities given to an HR employee, the computer contained employee details of all Activision employees. It’s understood that no player data has been compromised.
Activision said, “The security of our data is paramount, and we have comprehensive information security protocols in place to e…
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