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900 GB of data has been stolen from Cellebrite

01/12/2017

Cellebrite, the Israeli company which develops technology to extract data from mobile phones, has been victim of a cyberattack through which data has been stolen. Among the 900GB of stolen data would be customer information, databases and technical information related to the company's products.

Cellebrite confirms in its corporate website to have suffered from an unauthorized access to an external web server and to be investigating the scope of it.