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Pants 08:18 PM 06-10-2018

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Superturtle 06:15 PM 01-22-2021
January patch came out a couple of hours ago and it didn't seem to fix much.
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Pasta Little Brother 12:23 AM 01-23-2021
Originally Posted by Superturtle:
January patch came out a couple of hours ago and it didn't seem to fix much.
Jfc what a cluster fuck
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Pants 04:23 PM 01-23-2021
January patch fixed my Delamain quest. Finally completed Epistrophy.
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Fish 12:30 AM 01-28-2021
Tapping Panam's ass quest.... :-)

Spoiler!

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Pants 09:12 AM 01-28-2021
Originally Posted by Fish:
Tapping Panam's ass quest.... :-)

Spoiler!
To the spoiler text: yessir.
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lwardo9 01:13 PM 01-29-2021
Originally Posted by Superturtle:
January patch came out a couple of hours ago and it didn't seem to fix much.
think elon musk just tweeted about this. new patch needs a new patch but still an awesome game. was blown away leaving your place for the 1st time.
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Bowser 01:58 AM 02-05-2021
This should get an interesting response here, lol


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Hammock Parties 10:29 PM 02-11-2021
Ah, the Manchurian Candidate questline with the Peralezes is interesting...NICE VIEW anyway :-)



JUST SITTIN IN A RAMEN SHOP WITH KEANU


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Fish 10:42 PM 02-11-2021
Have you guys heard about the code theft from Cyberpunk/Witcher devs? What a shitshow release!

Cyberpunk 2077 studio’s hacked data has reportedly been sold

Hackers have reportedly sold the game source code and other information stolen from Cyberpunk 2077 and The Witcher 3 studio CD Projekt Red (CDPR). Cybersecurity firm Kela released screenshots of a post on the hacking forum Exploit allegedly posted by the attackers, saying that they’ve received an offer for the data from outside the forum. They added that they ended the auction at the request of the buyer. Cybersecurity Twitter account vx-underground subsequently confirmed that the auction had closed.

On Tuesday, CDPR disclosed it had been the victim of a ransomware attack in which hackers had collected “certain data” from the company. It posted a ransom note from the hackers, in which they claimed to have access to source code from the studio’s most popular games, as well as internal legal, HR, and financial documents. CDPR said it would not give in to the demands or negotiate with the hackers, even if that meant the stolen data would begin circulating online.

Just in: #CDProjektRed AUCTION IS CLOSED. #Hackers auctioned off stolen source code for the #RedEngine and #CDPR game releases, and have just announced that a satisfying offer from outside the forum was received, with the condition of no further distribution or selling. pic.twitter.com/4Z2zoZlkV6

— KELA (@Intel_by_KELA) February 11, 2021

It is not known who purchased the data or how much it was sold for. However, the auction was thought to have included source code for Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales spinoff, The Witcher 3, a ray-traced version of The Witcher 3, Cyberpunk 2077, and copies of the company’s internal documents. That’s according to screenshots posted by vx-underground. The auction followed a leak of the source code for CD Projekt Red’s virtual card game Gwent, which was verified by Vice.

Kela previously reported that the starting price for the auction was $1 million, with a buy-it-now price of $7 million. These terms were subsequently verified by vx-underground, too.

Although the hackers have not been officially named, one security researcher told Wired he believed it involved the use of the HelloKitty ransomware, which had also been used to hack a Brazilian power company called CEMIG.

A spokesperson from CD Projekt Red did not immediately return The Verge’s request for comment. However, earlier this week the company told Vice it is still “actively investigating” the incident.
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htismaqe 10:48 PM 02-11-2021
I get that people are upset with how it all went down but no developer deserves this kind of malicious attack, especially not CDPR, who has been so good to their fans through the years before Cyberpunk.
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Superturtle 10:50 PM 02-11-2021
Well, that sucks.
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Imon Yourside 12:25 AM 02-12-2021
Originally Posted by htismaqe:
I get that people are upset with how it all went down but no developer deserves this kind of malicious attack, especially not CDPR, who has been so good to their fans through the years before Cyberpunk.
I agree I feel a bit sorry for them.
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Superturtle 12:31 AM 02-12-2021
Damn. Employees personal info seems to have been stolen off their IDs.
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keg in kc 10:12 AM 02-12-2021
Second time it's happened to them I think.
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Pants 11:18 AM 02-12-2021
I'm really surprised they didn't pay the ransom but am also glad.
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