Ransomware Group Claims To Have Stolen From Epic Games

A ransomware group has made the claim that they have stolen data from Fortnite creators Epic Games which includes details including email addresses, passwords, full names, payment information and more.

Epic Games Ransomware Attack

As reported by Eurogamer, Ransomware group Mogilevich has alleged that they have acquired almost 200GB of data from Epic Games which may include “email, passwords, full name, payment information, source code and many other data” but there is no mention of whether this is customer data or employee data. The group, as with any ransomware attack, want money from the company and LawrenceAbrams has claimed that the group are going to sell the data for $15k.

Epic Games gave a statement to Eurogamer which states: “We are investigating but there is currently zero evidence that these claims are legitimate,” so right now the only evidence is a photo from a darkweb webpage from a tweet.

Jakob Aylesbury

Disqus Comments Loading...

Recent Posts

Ghost of Tsushima Official PC Requirements Revealed

Are you ready for the PC release of Ghost of Tsushima? I know I am,…

1 hour ago

Devoko Electric Standing Desk 

Size of the steel table frame: 8cmx5cm, which is thicker than the frame of other…

4 hours ago

Anker Bluetooth Speaker, Soundcore Speaker

Incredible Sound Loved by 20 Million+ People Astonishing Sound: Breathtaking stereo sound with deep bass…

4 hours ago

Devoko L Shaped Gaming Desk Corner Gaming Desk

🎧【Modern Design Style】- Devoko L shaped gaming desk design will maximise the use of space,…

4 hours ago

SECRUI Wireless Doorbell

【Ultra-Long Distance Wireless Range】This wireless doorbells offers a remote connection of up to 300 M/1000…

4 hours ago

ELEGOO Neptune 4 Pro 3D Printer

【500mm/s Lightning-Fast Speed】Equipped With Klipper firmware and powerful processor, ELEGOO Neptune 4 pro can print…

4 hours ago