The hacker group Mogilevich managed to penetrate the internal network of Epic Games, according to the Cyber Daily portal. On their website on the darknet, the attackers claimed the theft of 189 GB of company data.

According to hackers, among the stolen data are game sources, email addresses, passwords and payment information.

The hackers put the data up for sale and said they were ready to accept offers by March 4. They didn't say how much they wanted to get for the information. Also, the hackers did not publish any materials that would confirm the hacking.

Epic Games did not comment on the hackers' statement.

Mogilevich is a relatively young hacker group. According to Cyber Daily, Epic Games became its fourth victim. The first was INFINITI USA, whose internal network Mogilevich hacked last week.

A source:

Cyber Daily