The hacked data stolen from CD Projekt is being released online, the company said. Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 It said it was unable to verify the exact content of the published information. But it is believed to be related to the game, its contractors, and both current and former employees. It also warns that information may be manipulated or tampered with.
The disclosure comes four months after the studio first announced it was a victim of a ransomware attack. It initially said that hackers could gain access. CD Projekt posted the ransom note received. which hackers claim to be able to access the source code from their games, such as Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3, and GwentThe record also states that the hacked data contained details related to human resources, accounting and other internal operations.
The company said it would not succumb to the demands of hackers. And a few days later, the attackers claimed to have sold the information online. which the hacker claimed to have found a buyer outside the hacking forum auction This raises the question of whether they can find a buyer. Writing in a blog post, Emsisoft threat analyst Brett Callow said he thought it was “probable” that the hacker recently claimed to have found a buyer for “Save face” after failing to monetize hack
CD Projekt previously admitted that hackers were able to encrypt some of the employee data on the network. But the company said its investigation found no evidence that the data had been transferred from its systems.
The hack follows the studio’s troubled release of the latest blockbuster title. Cyberpunk 2077. Although the game sold well and was initially well received by critics. Players quickly discovered that the game was full of bugs. And it’s almost unplayable on older consoles. The situation was so bad that the game was pulled from the PlayStation Store as of this writing it hasn’t returned yet.
CD Projekt said it continued to work with law enforcement and outside experts. in response to the hack and said it was “determined and prepared” to take action on anyone sharing stolen data.