The source code for Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3 and its version of Raytracing and Thronebreaker has reportedly appeared online. Development kits for multiple consoles have also been published, which were also stolen from developer CD Projekt Red.
by search from Eurogamer Although the source code of the games can be found online, it is still coded. The group that owns the code is asking for a “donation” of $10,000 per game, in cryptocurrency, for decryption keys. There is a possibility that a person who buys decryption keys for this amount will put the data on the Internet without encryption, after which everyone can browse it. SDKs for Switch, PS4, PS5, and “Xbox” were also put online and not encrypted. According to datareaches.net The source code is provided on a new vulnerability platform called payload.bin.
The group that puts the code online now will never be the same CDPR hack, earlier this year. This will be the group that Bought loot, but they would have done so on the condition that they did not redistribute it. This appears to be happening now. In an introductory reading, the group stated that “this leak was agreed with the buyer in exchange for a discount,” which seems to explain this discrepancy, but is not a very straightforward explanation.
Gwent’s source code, which was also stolen in the CDPR attack, was put online ahead of the auction. Perhaps it was to attract attention and prove the legitimacy of the thing to be auctioned.
In the hack on CDPR, non-game data from the company was also stolen. According to a message from the hackers, the documents included “accounting, administration, human resources, investor relations and more” at the time. The group claims that these sensitive documents will not be shared with the public, but will be shared “with the media”. Perhaps this is to show that they actually have the stolen data in their hands.
Suggest CD Projekt Red At the time of the ransomware attack “I expected the leak of the stolen data.” She said not to negotiate with hackers and not to pay a ransom.