IT House News on September 24th, last weekend R -Star's highly anticipated game "GTA6" test version of the game video leaked online, causing the industry to make a sensation and become the most important game leak ever ever. However, it was surprising that the black hand behind the leak was only a 16 -year -old teenager.
The London police reported that they had arrested a 17 -year -old hacker who was suspected of cyber attacks in Oxford County and said he was still being detained, but did not announce any details.
Police refused to disclose the details involved in the case, but many details coincided with the recent high -profile hackers.
In the spring of this year, the London police also arrested and released seven teenagers related to Lapsus $ hackers. Today's arrest is also a few days after the occurrence of security vulnerabilities believed to be related to LAPSUS $. The most well -known event was the early video of "Grand Theft Auto 6" leaked by "network invasion".
It is reported that the hacker Lapsus $ has been involved in many hackers since the end of last year. Many technology companies including Microsoft, Samsung, Nvidia and Ubisoft have been attacked. Money, neither political nor sponsorship.
The IT House reported that R Star had previously posted that "GTA6" was leaked, but it said that it would not have a long -term impact on the projects.
In March of this year, Bloomberg reported that behind the scenes of the organization's several major attacks were a young man who was only 16 years old at the time, and the police went to his home near Oxford, Oxford, UK.
In addition, Uber, the US Taxi APP, also said that it has recently been attacked by Lapsus $ and is now maintaining contact with the Federal Investigation Agency and the US Department of Justice.
In a statement after Uber vulnerability, the company wrote on its blog: "We think this attacker belongs to a hacker tissue called Lapsus $, which has become more and more in the past year or so in the past year or so "Active", and the leakage of "GTA 6" claims to be the same person in the forum post.
The London Police refused to share other details.