71,000 Employees’ Credentials Exposed as a Result of NVIDIA Data Breach

Recently, we have written about an NVIDIA data breach confirmed by the company itself. As their statement goes, they have found out about it on the 23rd of February and have started an investigation, mentioning that no evidence of a ransomware attack was identified. Over the weekend, the hacking group dubbed Lapsus$, claimed to be behind the cyberattack. Now an update from Have I Been Pwned gives more details on this topic.

New Details About the NVIDIA Data Breach from Have I Been Pwned

Have I Been Pwned, the notification service focusing on data breaches, has recently added new information to its database including 71,335 compromised accounts related to the NVIDIA data breach.

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Have I Been Pwned is a security service that lets you check if your email address or personal data has been compromised in a data breach.

As seen in the print screen above, Have I Benn Pwned mentioned on their website that the Nvidia data breach involved email addresses and NTLM password hashes.

On March 1st, the chipmaker company confirmed that its network had been hacked in February, with threat actors getting access to login credentials of employees as well as to confidential information.


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