The source code for Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077 was successfully sold at auction to a hitherto unknown party. Two days ago, the source code for the Joint Card game was leaked on the Internet, and the source code for the other games was auctioned. It now appears closed.
The stolen data from game developer CD Projekt Red that was looted in a ransomware attack last week appeared online and was auctioned off. That reports datasecurity-platform vx-underground op Twitter. At first it seemed like only the source code for the joint game, but it turned out to be a joke. Source codes from The Witcher 3, Thronebreaker and Cyberpunk 2077, as well as alleged internal documents from CD Projekt Red have appeared in an online auction not long ago. According to vx-underground, this auction was successfully completed and the source code for both games was sold out.
With the announcement of the ransomware attack CD Projekt Red showed a threat message stating that the attackers had looted the source code of Cyberpunk 2077, Witcher 3, Gwent and the untapped version of The Witcher 3. Attackers wrote that CD Project Red has 48 hours to respond to the attack. The Polish company indicated that it would not negotiate with the attackers nor pay a ransom.
It now appears that the attackers later auctioned the source code out on the hacker forum. In the photos that vx-underground shares on Twitter Some of the leaked Gwent source code To see and A screenshot of the auction. Initial bid was $ 1 million auction for $ 7 million data could be purchased on the spot. Not later meldde vx-underground The auction is closed due to an off-auction transaction. It is not known who bought the data and what this person wants to do with the data. It is also not known how much data was ultimately purchased. sales Confirmed by KELAIt is a security company that specializes in monitoring the dark web.