MADRID, 11 Jun. (Portaltic/EP) –

CD Projeckt Red has recognized that the stolen data of your systems in the cyberattack of the month of February they may be circulating on the internet, although they do not confirm the authenticity of the data or if they have been manipulated.

The Polish development studio has shared new information about the ‘ransomware’ cyberattack that in February compromised its internal systems and ended up with stolen data auctioned off on a clandestine digital marketplace.

Following the attack, where codes for games like The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077 were affected, CD Projekt Red said that had no intention of meeting the demands of cyber attackers, even if that meant that the stolen material circulated on the network.

This Thursday he reported that “they have reason to believe” that the stolen data “is currently circulating on the Internet”, as reported in a official statement. And although they cannot confirm exactly the content of that data, they believe that can include worker information, both current and ancient, and of companies.

The company also indicates that they cannot confirm “whether the data involved may have been tampered with or altered after the violation. “And they clarify that,” regardless of the authenticity of the data that circulates “they will do everything in their power to protect the privacy of those affected.

“We are committed and ready to take action against parties sharing the stolen dataThey also report that they are working with experts and law enforcement agencies, including Interpol and Europol, and that they have updated the information shared with the president of the Polish personal data protection agency.



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