On February 9, CD Projekt RED announced that it had become a victim of ransomware after stealing sensitive data, including the source code of several games. The studio couldn’t prevent their auction and started responding.
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CD Projekt RED has decided to use the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) to delete tweets sharing links to the source code stolen earlier this month. We learn that at least two Twitter accounts have been notified and their post has been replaced with a torrent link Vice
Description of the offense: Source code of Gwent: The Witcher Card Game obtained illegally. Published without permission, not intended for publication
When the Blue Bird Network has done its job, it is still unclear what means that the Polish studio, which refused to respond positively to the Ranon request, was set up to find the culprits of this compromising hack . It is recalled that in addition to the codes of Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher III, an independent version of the latter, and Gwent, administrative documents have also been removed.