Cyberpunk 2077 source code published on darknet

The total size of the archive is approximately 96 GB, while unpacked it is 161 GB.

On one of the underground forums on the darknet, the source codes of the computer game Cyberpunk 2077 were published, the Telegram channel “Information Leaks” reported. According to the dates of the files in the archive, the data was stolen on February 5, 2021 from the servers of the developers of the CD Projekt Red studio.

The author of the publication gave an example with the names and contents of the leaked files. The total archive size is approximately 96 GB. It contains 787,129 files with a size of 161 GB. The source code refers to version 1.0 of the game, whereas the game currently has version 1.22 after all the patches released.

In addition, all the source codes stolen from CD Projekt Red, including Cyberpunk 2077, are also posted on the Payload Bin onion site of the Babuk ransomware operators. The archive size is over 360 GB of data.

Recall that in February of this year, the Polish studio became a victim of a hack: hackers gained access to the source code of Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Gwent, as well as the company’s internal documents. Two days later, the hackers put up for sale the information they received on a file-sharing service and asked for $ 7 million for it. The hackers closed the auction ahead of schedule after they received a better offer.

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