No respite for CD Projekt Red. The hackers, who hacked the Polish studio a few days ago, have already put up for sale the source codes they stole, as well as internal documents.
An impressive amount of data, which includes the codes of Cyberpunk 2077, Thronebreaker as well as two versions of The Witcher 3 – including a new one, doped with ray tracing.
The hackers posted their ad on several forums frequented by cybercriminals, and prove the documents’ veracity by sharing a gigantic text document, which shows all of the code files. The Witcher 3.
As the site indicates Bleeping Computer, the pirates would have also given “gift” of the source code of another title, the card game Gwent, by sharing a huge 21 GB archive on the same forums.
To get all the files belonging to CD Projekt Red, however, you need to have your pockets well filled. The auction starts at one million dollars. The pirates also offer an immediate purchase for … seven million dollars.
Such a sale was to be expected. As soon as the piracy was announced, CD Projekt Red immediately announced that it refused to pay the ransom demanded by the pirates. They threatened to publish or market the data they had collected, if necessary, and to provide the press with compromising documents for the studio.
Source: Bleeping Computer