CD Projekt finally admitted that the game data of cyberpunk 2077 was leaked.
In February this year, the developer of cyberpunk 2077 issued a statement that the studio's IT architecture was recently attacked by the Internet, which affected the launch of the 1.2 major version update at that time.
In response, CD Projekt said publicly today that it is impossible to confirm the exact content of the data being circulated, but it is believed that these data are related to its games, contractors, current and former employees.
CD Projekt also warned that the data could be manipulated or tampered with.
It is reported that the hackers who attacked CD Projekt at that time said that they had digitally encrypted their data servers and tried to blackmail the company, but they made it clear that they would not negotiate with the criminals.
Blackmailers claim that they have stolen the source code of several of the company's games. If CD Projekt doesn't pay, they will disclose the code, including "cyberpunk 2077", "Wizard 3" and other games.
Later, due to CD Projekt's resolute attitude, hackers claimed that they had sold the data on the Internet a few days later, and they found a buyer outside the hacker forum auction, but CD Projekt didn't care at that time.
CD Projekt said it would continue to work with law enforcement and external experts in response to hacking attacks and was ready to take action against anyone who shared stolen data.
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