Ubisoft reportedly stopped hackers from stealing 900GB of data from the company, including user data from the game Rainbow Six Siege.

The company reportedly discovered the breach 48 hours after the hack, at which point it revoked the hackersí access before they could remove any data, BleepingComputer reports.

Still, the hackers reportedly were able to access Microsoft Teams conversations, the Ubisoft SharePoint server, and the Confluence and Mongo DB Atlas.

Ubisoft investigated the hack after the research group VX-Underground shared screenshots of what looked to be Ubisoftís internal services.

The hackers reportedly told VX-Underground they were attempting to steal Rainbow 6 Siege data; however, they lost access before they were able to do so.

This comes after a ransomware gang leaked 1.6TB of data stolen from the PlayStation Studio Insomniac Games.

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