Nvidia is in SERIOUS Trouble!

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Let’s get started with Nvidia. It looks like the company is in a bit of trouble right now. In the last few days, they’ve apparently been attacked by a south American Hacker group called Lapsus. Let’s go through the timeline here.

Last week the Telegraph reported that Nvidia was forced to take parts of its business offline. At this point, we got a statement from a spokesperson saying: “We are investigating an incident. Our business and commercial activities continue uninterrupted. We are still working to evaluate the nature and scope of the event and don’t have any additional information to share at this time,” That was on the 25th.

Then we started to get information about the hack through Twitter user VX Underground. This is where we learned the name of the hacker group and what they were able to steal. Apparently, they got over 1TB of proprietary data during the hack. To get into nvidia’s systems and access the files, the virtual machine they were using had to be under Nvidia mobile device management. They had it connected to Nvidia’s network for about a week. This actually allowed Nvidia to hack back at them by encrypting the hacker's drive with ransomware. Unfortunately, though, it might have been useless.

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