A new hack, dubbed “Delaton”, is taking place at Forward Service, the company that provides internet service to most of the world’s population.
The company claims to have compromised the credentials of some of its employees, but the actual source of the attack remains unclear.
The Forward Service has been at the center of several recent cyberattacks, most recently in January.
The attacks were primarily directed at the company’s network infrastructure, but they also targeted the Forward service’s business, with some employees having been targeted by malware that allowed attackers to gain unauthorized access to their company’s computer systems.
In the first attack, the attackers managed to get into the Forward website, but were unable to get any personal data.
They also attempted to gain access to the company email and mobile messaging accounts.
The Forward service responded by shutting down the affected accounts, but was forced to shut down itself shortly after.
The first attack was later followed by another, which caused the company to be taken offline.
The company has released a statement to explain the breach and offer some guidance on how to protect yourself from future attacks.
“Forward Service Corporation has been hacked and has suffered a network failure, which has led to a large volume of internal data being exposed,” the statement reads.
“As a result, we have shut down the Forward Services and are no longer providing internet service.
We are working to recover as much data as possible, and are continuing to monitor the situation.”
The company says that the data exposed includes the email addresses of employees and information about their credit cards.
It says that it has taken measures to ensure that only legitimate company employees can access the information, but that it may be compromised again.
The statement goes on to say that it is also investigating the extent of the intrusion.
“We are continuing our investigation and will share any new information as it becomes available,” it reads.