Capcom, a well-known Japanese game company, issued an official announcement this morning that its server was accessed by a third party without authorization on November 2. This time, the external unauthorized locations are mainly concentrated in the company’s email and file servers, and no evidence of user data and information being stolen has been found. It is reported that Capcom’s internal mail and file servers were accessed by unauthorized third parties in the early morning of November 2. After the incident, Capcom immediately stopped part of the group’s internal network. Capcom said in the announcement that there is no sign that user information has been damaged, and the network function of Capcom’s games has not been affected by the network attack. Next, Capcom will cooperate with the police and relevant departments to investigate and gradually restore the network and other system functions. < / P > < p > different from previous large-scale attacks by hackers, this hacking action against Capcom internal server is obviously aimed at internal information. Maybe in the near future, there will be more and more leaked information about Capcom related games. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure