The attackers say they are going to launch delicate data if CD Projekt Crimson doesn’t meet its calls for.
CD Projekt Crimson, the Polish developer behind Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher, and GOG, has been hit with a cyberattack, with the perpetrators demanding a ransom or else they are going to launch delicate data they declare to have obtained.
In an announcement, CDPR confirmed that an “unidentified actor” gained entry to the corporate’s servers and has obtained delicate data. To the extent that CDPR is conscious, no private information was uncovered, however the developer’s personal properties, data, and information has reportedly been accessed by the hackers.
CDPR is working with regulation enforcement and different events to resolve the assault. The developer additionally launched the ransom be aware, which states, “Your have been EPICALLY pwned ! !”
The be aware states that the attackers have gained entry to the supply code for Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3, Gwent, and an unreleased version of The Witcher 3. The attackers additionally report back to have paperwork pertaining to CDPR’s accounting, administration, authorized, HR, and investor relations departments.
“If we won’t come to an settlement, then your supply codes shall be offered or leaked,” the ransom be aware says. “Your public picture will go down the shi**er much more and folks will see the way you shi**y your organization capabilities.”
The ransom be aware ended with an ultimatum: “You might have 48 hours to contact us.”
CDPR stated in its personal assertion that it “won’t give in to the calls for no negotiate with the actor,” even when it signifies that the delicate data is finally launched.
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