As Kotaku previously reportedCapcom was attacked by an attacker, who allegedly stole 1TB of staff and customer data. Today, Capcom explained in detail what data was damaged.
In official release Capcom has leaked information that it has confirmed so far, adding that “additional personal and corporate information may have been compromised in the attack.” Capcom has been consulting with the police and other authorities.
As of November 16, below are details verified and may contain data.
1. Confirmed details
i. Personal details: 9 items
- Details of the person you worked for: 5 items (Name and signature: 2 items; name and address: 1 item; passport details: 2 items)
- Personal details of employees: 4 items (Name and HR information: 3 items; name and signature: 1 item)
ii. More info
- Sales reports
- Financial details
2. Potential information
i. Personal details (customers, business partners, etc.): Maximum approx approx. 350,000 items
- Japan: Customer support video details for customers (134,000 details); Names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses
- North America: Details of a member of the Capcom Store (approximately 14,000 items); Names, birthdays, email addresses
- North America: Website members working for Esports (approximately 4,000 items); Names, email addresses, gender details
- List of shareholders (about 40,000 items); Names, addresses, shareholders’ numbers, share value
- Details of former employees (including family) (approximately 28,000 people); Details of applicants (approximately 125,000 people); Names, birthdays, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, photos, etc.
ii. Personal details (employees and related groups)
- Staff details (approximately 14,000 people)
iii. Private company details
- Sales details, details of business partners, sales documents, development documents, etc.
According to Capcom, credit cards were not part of the risk information as those transactions are handled by a third party; moreover, its game and websites were not influential. Capcom has also said it will strengthen its online security to avoid future attacks.
“Capcom sincerely apologizes for any concerns and concerns that this may bring to its potential customers and to its many stakeholders,” said the Osaka co-ordinator.
You can read the full release here, which includes contact details of those affected by their risk data.