Nvidia Hackers Sell Unlocking Software for Graphics Card Crypto Mining Limiters


A hacking group that infiltrated Nvidia (NASDAQ:) servers last month is trying to sell software that could unlock crypto-mining hash rate limiters on the company’s flagship graphics cards.

A South American hacking group by the name of LAPSUS$ claims to have stolen a terabyte of data from Nvidia servers in late February. The group now offers software in the form of a custom driver to unlock the limiters the company has put on its high-end graphics cards.

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