Technology Hacker offer stolen data from Fujitsu in the Dark Web to
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This is evidently information about Fujitsu customers. The company does not find any indications that the data has been deducted from our own systems.
Data of the Japanese Technology Individual Fujitsu are sold by a group called Marketo. According to the Japanese company, however, the data should not have been stolen from its own systems.
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On August 26, Marketo announced the sale of 4 GB of stolen data on its Leak side. The hackers claimed they are in possession of confidential customer information, corporate data, budget data, reports and other corporate documents, including information about projects. Originally it was said there, it would be 280 commandments for the data - yesterday, the site showed only 70 commandments.
A spokesman for Fujitsu played down the incident and declared Zdnet USA that there are no signs for a connection with the incident in May, as a hacker had stolen data from Japanese government centers via Fujitsus ProjectWeb platform. "We are aware that on the Dark-Web auction page, Marketo 'information has been uploaded, allegedly from our side. Details about the source of this information, including the question of whether you are from our systems or from our environment, are not known, "said the speaker.
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