CD Projekt’s stolen Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 source code leaked


In recent months, the source code of some of CD Projekt’s games was stolen. According to the latest news, the source code has been leaked online.

CD Projekt Red, best known for The Witcher series and Cyberpunk 2077, has been hit by a cyberattack in recent months. The stolen source code for the games has been leaked online according to the latest reports.

As we have told you in recent months, CD Projekt was cyber-attacked and the source codes of CDPR games, including The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077, were compromised. These codes were auctioned off within hours. The source codes, estimated to have sold for $7 million, were sold on the condition that the purchaser would never sell them again and distribute them in any way.

According to the latest reports on databreaches.net, the source code of the games has been leaked online. Source codes shared online are password-protected, and anyone who pays as little as $10 is given a password. The person or group that leaked the data is said to have shared an important file from the game to indicate that the codes were in their possession. It’s a question of what the outcome of these events will be.

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