CD Projekt Crimson has begun issuing DMCA takedowns to halt the unfold of stolen recreation information on social media.
The Polish studio was the sufferer of a ‘focused cyber assault’ earlier this month, throughout which the perpetrator claimed to have obtained “full copies of the supply code” for Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher 3, Gwent, and “the unreleased model of Witcher 3.“
A brand new report from Vice signifies a few of that stolen code is now circulating on-line, with CD Projekt taking motion towards no less than two Twitter customers who had linked to illegally obtained firm information — together with the Gwent supply code.
“Description of infringement: Illegally obtained supply code of Gwent: The Witcher Card Recreation. Posted with out authorisation, not supposed to be launched to the general public,” reads a duplicate of the DMCA takedown discover despatched to at least one Twitter person, obtained by Vice.
Twitter has now eliminated the offending posts, explaining they’ve been pulled “in response to a report from the copyright holder.”
Following the cyber assault, CD Projekt refused to negotiate with the offender or give in to their calls for, and pledged to take motion to stop its compromised information being launched to the general public.