According to a report in The Telegraph, Nvidia has been “completely hacked” from a cyber attack. Part of the company’s services were forced to go online for two days.
As shown, the Internet attack It would have hurt Nvidia’s internal email system as well as developer tools. Since the middle of the week, workers have repeatedly noted the ban on their tools.
At present, it is not clear whether the file data users It has been stolen or deleted. It could also be that nothing was stolen and that the only intent of the attack was to ban Nvidia systems. A company spokesperson said: “We are investigating the incident. We don’t have more information to share at this time.”
Alan Woodward – A cybersecurity expert at the University of Surrey – told The Telegraph that Nvidia will likely shut down all internal systems to reduce the risk of further damage. “The real suspicion is that someone has entered something into the software update. They will have to check everything to see if there are any kind of indications of changes in their software, which will then be distributed to customers.”
If the report turns out to be correct, this will be Nvidia’s second major attack in the past six months. In fact, we remember that last summer a list of unannounced games appeared via GeForce Now.
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