LG Electronics Yeouido LG Twin / Photo = A hacking group, Labsus, which conducts cyber attacks on global large companies such as LG Electronics and Samsung Electronics, claimed that LG Electronics was hacked this time.
On the 22nd, the hacking group Labsus posted a file claiming to be LG Electronics employee information on the mobile messenger Telegram channel. The file they disclosed was a text file with a capacity of 8.3 MB, with the English names of 90,000 people written there, but there was no additional content. Labsus claims that the list is the accounts of employees and service users on the LG Electronics website. They also predicted that they would hack information related to design and system configuration given to LG internally.
LG Electronics said that the emails of some employees were leaked. An LG Electronics official said, “As a result of the confirmation, it is estimated that only some of the companys executives and employees email addresses have been leaked” and “the possibility of information leakage related to technology security is slim”.
Earlier, on the 5th, Labsus also claimed that Samsung Electronics servers were hacked. At the time, through an internal notice, Samsung Electronics said, “The leaked data identified so far includes some source codes necessary for Galaxy operation, but does not include employee and customer personal information.” It was found to be.”