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RansomHouse claims to have captured data from AMD. In a statement, the chip manufacturer says it’s investigating the possibility of a breach.

According to RansomHouse, 450GB of AMD data was stolen. The cybercriminals claim that the data is for sale. Stolen data reportedly includes research and financial information. RansomHouse says it’s currently determining the data’s exact value. In the meantime, some samples turned up on the darknet.


The samples include a CSV list with more than 70,000 devices belonging to AMD’s internal network. The hackers also have a list of business login details and passwords, many of which are weak. In a reaction, AMD says that it’s taking the matter seriously. The chip giant launched an investigation. RansomHouse hackers have been active since December 2021 and are increasingly frequently attacking systems.

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