Nintendo announced today that an alleged hacker has stolen the data of up to 4,000 of its users over 16 years of age, the customer database from Nintendo and that the hacker tried to then negotiate a deal in exchange for not reporting the company with the relevant authorities.
The action came in the afternoon of Sunday, February 6, by using techniques of "hacking" and she stole the name, identity number, postcode, date of birth and telephone number of a maximum of 4,000 users over 16 years. The action meat in the afternoon of Sunday, February 6, by using Techniques of "hacking" and she stole the name, identity number, postcode, date of birth and telephone number of a maximum of 4.000 users over 16 years.
On Monday, the hacker contacted by email Nintendo proposing "to initiate a negotiation to dialogue by which we come to an agreement that we avoid unnecessary legal efforts in exchange for not reporting to the company with protection authorities data. On Monday, the hacker Contact by email Nintendo Proposing "to Initiate a negotiation to dialogue by Which we come to an agreement" That We Avoid Unnecessary in exchange for legal Efforts Not reporting to the company with data protection Authorities.
Nintendo announced today that "in no case can negotiate with the personal information of its users" and that in the absence of an informative response the "individual" has continued to subsequent injunctions in emails to the company to initiate a dialogue and even has established deadlines to provide factual information to the authorities and the media. Announced today Nintendo That "dog in case not negotiate with the personal information of ITS users" and That in the Absence of an informative response the "individual" you continued to Subsequent injunctions in emails to the company to Initiate a dialogue and events have deadlines ESTABLISHED to Provide factual information to the Authorities and the media.
Nintendo canceled the online registration of their customers and replaced it with a phone system and confirmed that the theft had occurred by independent external expertise but did not answer the alleged hacking Nintendo Cancel The online registration of Their customers and Replace it with a phone system the theft and Confirmed That Had Occurred by independent external expertise But Did not answer the Alleged hacker
He explained that once the solutions implemented to prevent further theft of information from its users is considering legal options available. He Explained That eleven Solutions Implemented to Prevent the theft of information from weitere ITS users is considering legal options available.
Nintendo has deplored the damage that this hacker activity can cause your users Nintendo has deplore the damage "That this hacker activity cause your dog users