Last week, CD Porjekt Red announced on Twitter that hackers had stolen and disclosed various corporate data. Among the information stolen is a large amount of private data about the company and some of its video games such as The Witcher 3 in an unpublished version or Gwent: The Witcher Card Game. Unfortunately, after buying pressure and an auction in which the code for the games was sold for a high price, CDPR is facing a new problem which this time directly affects the networks and the distribution of the code.
Several Twitter users have posted tweets with the source code of various company games in order to more people could download it illegally. All based on torrent links to try to extend the code as much as possible, thus giving all kinds of messages that CD Projekt RED acted against due to their illegal origin, especially since it had been confirmed that, when the code was acquired at auction, the code sharing was complete.
The company tries to control the code leak
When checking the messages on social networks sharing the code, the CDPR took action in the matter and several of the users who had posted information relating to the company had to delete the tweets under the notification of copyright law in the digital age
Hackers who stole and leaked the information continued to threaten the company with further leaks. And this information theft has caused great damage to the company since the leaks shared by Twitter users included several versions of Gwent, a card game based on The Witcher.