Cyberpunk 2077 and Witcher 3 source code reportedly sold by CD Projekt Red hackers

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It is not clear who purchased the data, how much they paid for it or even the currency they used

The cyber actors behind this week's ransomware attack on CD Projekt Red (CDPR) appear to have sold the stolen data on a hacking forum. According to data security source VX-Underground, the hacke...

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