A cyber attack on a French firm Ingerop allowed attackers to access confidential documents related to nuclear power plant plans in France.
The hacker stole more than 65 gigabytes of documents back in June, the huge trove of documents includes nuclear power plant plants and blueprints for prisons and tram networks.
According to the media, some of the stolen data were found on a rented server in Germany.
“Thousands of sensitive documents pertaining to nuclear power plants, prisons and tram networks have been stolen from the servers of a French company in a cyberattack, German and French media have reported Friday.” reported the German website DW.com.
“The data illegally accessed from the French company Ingerop back in June amounted to more than 65 gigabytes, according to reports by German public broadcaster NDR, the daily Süddeutsche Zeitung and French newspaper Le Monde.”