On its Tor-based leak website, the group says all files — the exact quantity of data or its type is not being specified — will be published on November 4, three hours after the publication of this article.
Continental did say in August that it had been targeted in a cyberattack, with hackers infiltrating some of its IT systems.
“The company detected the attack in early August and then averted it. Continental’s business activities have not been affected at any point. The technology company maintains full control over its IT systems,” Continental said at the time.