Hackers have allegedly sold the game source code and other information stolen from Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 studio CD Project Red (CDPR). The cybersecurity company Kela posted screenshots of a post on the hacking forum Exploit allegedly posted by the attackers and said that they have received an offer for the data outside the forum. They added that they closed the auction at the request of the buyer. Cybersecurity Twitter account vx-underground then confirmed that the auction had ended.
On Tuesday, CDPR revealed that it had been the victim of a ransomware attack in which hackers had collected “certain data”
It is not known who bought the data or how much it was sold for. However, the auction is believed to have included source code for Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales spinoff, The Witcher 3, a ray traced version of The Witcher 3, Cyberpunk 2077, and copies of the company’s internal documents. It is according to screenshots posted by vx-underground. The auction followed a leak of the source code for CD Projekt Red virtual card game Gwent, which was confirmed by Vice.
Kela previously reported that the starting price for the auction was $ 1 million, with a buy-it-now price of $ 7 million. These terms were then confirmed by vx-underground as well.
Although the hackers have not been officially called, a security researcher said The cable he believed it involved the use of HelloKitty ransomware, which had also been used to hack a Brazilian power company called CEMIG.
A spokesperson from CD Projekt Red did not return immediately The Vergerequest for comment. Earlier this week, however, the company said Vice it is still investigating the incident.