A frontpoint security breach exposed the vulnerabilities of the FNAC frontpoint data center, which was used to store and analyze data at the site.

In addition to exposing the vulnerability, the breach could potentially allow an attacker to exploit the information, including passwords, for online gaming services.

According to the New York Times, the security breaches were discovered after an employee at FNACC’s data center discovered a “highly unusual” password and a password reset code.

In total, the company’s data system was compromised by the breach.

The company was able to recover some of the data, but it did not include all of it.

The breach is one of the largest data breaches at a Fortune 500 company to date.

The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security are investigating.

The incident comes on the heels of another security breach earlier this year at the company.

In November, a frontpoint employee discovered a hacker-controlled backdoor inside the data center’s firmware.

The hacker was able take control of the system and install a backdoor that allowed an attacker with the necessary knowledge to remotely monitor and control the system.

That breach also exposed a vulnerability that could allow an actor to compromise a front point server and compromise the company that operates it.