New $Lapsus data breach compromises 70GB of Globant customer data

Lapsus$, the group of anonymous hackers responsible for recent Nvidia, Microsoft and Samsung data leaks, struck again, this time around the breach of Globant – an international software development company with large clients around the world, as first reported by The edge.

Information about the breach, originally shared in a Telegram group by the Anonymous hacker gang, claims to have gained access to 70GB of important data, the screenshot showing folders containing leaked information from big names like BNP Paribas Cardif , C-SPAN cable network, DHL, Facebook and a folder named “Apple Health App”.

The Apple folder, as reported by The edge does not contain direct Apple data, but rather contains information about The BeHealthy app from Globantwhich was developed in partnership with Apple, and tracks data through the Apple Watch.

Since then, Globant has get out of data breach. “We recently detected that a limited section of our company’s code repository has been subject to unauthorized access. We have activated our security protocols and are conducting a full investigation,” it read. Official update from Globant On the question. “According to our current analysis, the information consulted was limited to certain source codes and documentation relating to the project for a very limited number of clients. To date, we have found no evidence that other areas of our infrastructure systems or those of our customers have been affected. »

Lapsus$ has since shared a torrent download link in the Telegram group chat, with the 70GB of data available for group members to download for free.

The latest data breach comes less than a week after British police arrested seven people directly affiliated with the group of hackers anonymous.

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Via: The edge

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