EA hack reportedly used stolen cookies and Slack to target gaming giant


New details have emerged regarding how the cybercriminals behind the recent EA hack were able to gain access to the company’s corporate network and steal 780GB of source code, SDKs and other proprietary tools.

According to a new report from Vice’s Motherboard, the hackers responsible were allegedly able to break into EA’s network by tricking one of its employees to provide a login token over Slack.



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