In February, CD Projekt RED was attacked by hackers who stole, among others, the source codes for Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 RTX. The group responsible for the attack planned to sell the files, but has now decided, most likely, to release the full contents of the stolen data.
In February, we reported to our community about a serious incident involving CD Projekt RED. The studio confirmed it The company’s servers were attacked and hackers gained access to a lot of data. It was not decided to fulfill the requests of the criminals, so the files went to auction – after some time on a possible receipt of a satisfactory amount, the offer was removed.
Events are continuing. There was a message on the Databreaches website about a ransomware group that changed activities, created a blog, and Now you plan to use it to spread the stolen data. It will be a “platform for independent leaks” The hackers decided to create a place where anyone could publish illegally obtained information.
CD Projekt RED files were supposed to appear on the referenced blog – The stolen data has been released but it is password protected. However, it is enough to donate 10,000 PLN. dollars to access the alleged data.
Some (dev kits for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series X) haven’t been secured to validate the leak, meanwhile A user of the Resetera forum confirmed that he paid the indicated amount and got access to a whole set of files.
The data reportedly includes source codes for The Witcher 3, The Witcher 3 next gen, Cyberpunk 2077 and Gwent as well as CD Projekt RED information, company reports or classified documents.
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