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Samsung privacy walls breached as hackers leak 190 gigabytes of its critical data

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As per data extortion entity Lapsus$ claims it hacked the system of the South Korean tech giant and leaked up to 190 gigabytes of its data and source code.

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In a major breach, a foreign hacking group is reported to have broken through the Electronics privacy walls hacking the major data. According to the industry sources, the hacking group is reported to have breached Samsung's confidential source code and other classified data.

As per data extortion entity Lapsus$ claims, it hacked the system of the South Korean tech giant and leaked up to 190 gigabytes of its data and source code online, according to the sources. The hacking group also said that it uploaded the leaked data for download via torrent, reports Yonhap news agency.

Meanwhile, Samsung officials said they are now assessing the situation. Samsung has suspended shipments of all of its products to Russia.

“Due to the current geopolitical developments, shipments to Russia have been suspended,” reads a statement from an unnamed Samsung representative. According to The Verge, Samsung is also making donations to humanitarian efforts.

“Our thoughts are with everyone who has been impacted and our priority is to ensure the safety of all our employees and their families,” the company said.

“We plan to actively support humanitarian efforts around the region, including aid for refugees. To this end, we are donating $6 million, including $1 million in consumer electronics products, as well as voluntary donations from our employees,” it added.

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