[SecurityWeek] Hackers Claim to Have Stolen 60 GB of Data From Acer

A group of hackers claims to have stolen more than 60 gigabytes of data after breaching servers belonging to Taiwanese tech giant Acer.

In a post on a publicly accessible hacker forum, a group calling itself “Desorden” claimed to have stolen databases and other files from breached Acer India servers.

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