The Sony Pictures hack just keeps on getting worse.
On Friday, a hacking group calling itself GOP released a fourth major cache of data stolen from the Hollywood studio in one of the worst corporate security breaches of all time. (Caches 1-3 included full-length films, detailed information about the company’s finances, and a trove of Social Security numbers and other sensitive information about Sony Pictures employees.)
The new leak may be the most damaging yet for Sony Pictures, which has already been brought to its knees by the all-encompassing hack. Among the many thousands of documents released for the first time include film budgets and box-office projections, legal claims made against the studio, and other proprietary information that Sony Pictures’ competitors may find very valuable. The information appears to have come from Sony Pictures’ legal, risk management, and marketing departments. (Sony Pictures did not respond to a request for comment.)
Here are some notable findings from the latest haul: