of breaking into the network of the organisation and gaining access to plans and data about its new Gaudi artificial intelligence chip.
The group posted a link to a leak directory on its Twitter account and photos of what they believe to be Habana
source code and internal processes, claiming they have something special,” and tagging Habana and its parent
company Intel’s Twitter accounts. Apparently, the hackers are trying to claim a ransom and at least, shame the
U.S. chipmaking giant.
they were able to violate all of its organisational network if real. The hackers could have have obtained access to
the American organisation if it is connected to that of Intel. The attackers also claim to have a Hash file containing
logins and passwords, including comprehensive user details.
Throughout November, Pay2key malware has been used to blackmail many Israeli businesses, but this time, it does not seem to be a case of malware, but rather a complete breach of the servers of the company.
chosen to be included in the AWS basket of services, are not useful for strategic purposes.
disclosure of the stolen information. In cases of ransom attacks, it is common to reveal a sample of the stolen