Bloomberg via Getty Images Jigsaw is a cybercrime company that claims to be one of the world’s largest hackers.
The company is known for its alleged involvement in ransomware attacks and other cyberattacks.
It’s also known for hacking into the banking systems of governments and corporations.
A few weeks ago, Jigsaw was caught breaking into a government website, and it released a massive amount of sensitive personal information, including personal photos and credit card numbers, to its customers.
But the company’s hack of a government-affiliated website on Dec. 2 was even more damaging, and led to the release of millions of personal information.
According to The Verge, hackers from the group behind the breach were able to obtain the private details of some 2.5 million accounts.
The data included the names, phone numbers, email addresses, social security numbers, and other personal information of 2.6 million users.
The hackers gained access to the accounts using a “shell” attack, where they copied the credentials and passwords from the affected websites to a new website, according to security researchers.
The new website then used the shell to access the account, which was stored on the same server.
The researchers say the information on the compromised server was shared with at least two other hackers who had access to Jigsaw’s network.
This breach could have been a major blow to the cybersecurity industry.
Earlier this year, the FBI released a report claiming that the company had more than 2,300 compromised computer systems in more than 20 countries, with more than 400 employees.
This year, Jagger released a detailed list of nearly 100 countries that were the targets of a ransomware attack, which is known as Blackhole.
The report also claimed that Jigsaw had more malware infections than any other company in the world.
It claims the malware was distributed by the Chinese government, which has a history of cyberattacks on the U.S. and other countries.