The hackers who attacked CD Projekt carried out their threats and leaked the source code of the game Gwent, while auctioning those from Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3.
Earlier this week, CD Projekt told members of its gaming community to have been hacked and stolen confidential documents, as well as the source codes of the games Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3 and Gwent. The hackers had left a note to CD Projekt Red, stating that the studio had 48 hours to come to an arrangement with them before they leaked the source codes or sold them. This is now done, since the source codes in question have been auctioned on the internet. Twitter account vx-underground shared this information along with a screenshot of what could be the actual source code for the game. Gwent.
Update: a mistake was made. They stated starting bid $1kk. This was assumed as a typo for $1,000. They meant $1,000,000. They are also selling immediately for $7,000,000.
— vx-underground (@vxunderground) February 10, 2021
He also said that the hackers had already auctioned the source codes of Cyberpunk 2077 and of The Witcher 3 on the EXPLOIT site with an entry price of one million dollars. In the set, we also find the source code of the spin-off of The Witcher 3 entitled Thronebreaker. The hackers specify that everything will be sold immediately to whoever is ready to offer $ 7 million. To be able to bid, participants must deposit the sum equivalent to 0.1 Bitcoin, or a little less than 4000 euros today. This auction could be a staging, as it could be quite legitimate. The Verge contacted KELA, a company specializing in cybersecurity, who confirmed that these auctions could be quite serious. Indeed, asking people to deposit a substantial amount of money before being able to participate would be a sign of serious action and the determination of hackers to go through with this affair.