A recent report from Bloomberg says game developer CD Projekt SA was forced to delay a promised update to its heavily criticized blockbuster game Cyberpunk 2077and claimed that a recent ransomware attack resulted in hackers stealing the game’s source code and locking the company’s systems.
Bloomberg reports that CD Projekt SA announced on Wednesday that it will delay a new update to its blockbuster game Cyberpunk 2077and claims that the slow progress in the game is due to a massive security breach.
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Work stoppage is the result of a ransomware attack published on February 9th. The scale of the disruption, which has not been previously reported, constitutes a major setback for CD Projek’s attempts to rescue a game in desperate need of repairs.
CD Projekt has said that it refused to pay a ransom to the hackers. As a result, employees remain unable to log on to the company’s virtual private network, making it impossible to access the systems and tools needed to perform most of their jobs, the folks said, requesting anonymity. because they were not authorized to speak in public.
Although some CD Projekt employees work from the Warsaw headquarters, the majority are at home due to the coronavirus pandemic. CD Projekt did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Bloomberg notes that the hack has had a huge impact on employees. Hackers may have gained access to employees’ personal information including Polish identification numbers and passport information, which led the company to instruct employees to freeze their accounts and report the security breach to relevant authorities.
Breitbart News has investigated the details behind the stony launch of Cyberpunk 2077, a complete report and review can be found here.
Read more about the ransomware attack on Bloomberg here.
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