Cyberpunk 2077 Developer Still Face Struggles
Cyberpunk 2077 Developer Still Face Struggles. CD Projekt Red, the developer of Cyberpunk 2077, announced in February that it continued to violate the rules, saying that internal data is now circulating online. The company was the victim of a cyber attack in early February. The attacker gained access to the internal network and collected data.
Some data from the capitalist group CD Projekt. The attacker also left a note about the ransomware. It now appears that the damage is more severe than the developers initially expected. In February, CD Projekt Red stated on Twitter that an unknown company accessed its internal network and stole some data from the Metropolitan CD Projekt Group. The company said at the time that it would not succumb to legal actions or negotiate with attackers regardless of whether the data was published online.
He started data recovery and protected his IT infrastructure. In another tweet, CD Projekt Red announced that it found internal data circulating on the Internet, or rather, it has reason to believe it. Oper is not sure about the exact content of the data. He believes that data about current/former employees and data about their games may be part of this data. Manipulated after being injured,” he said.The company also stated that it will do everything it can to protect the privacy of employees and parties.
“We are determined and ready to take action against all parties sharing relevant data,” he added. CD Projekt Red is working with the Polish Police Headquarters and other relevant departments, experts and law enforcement agencies to find a solution to this problem. You have taken some steps to ensure that this situation does not happen again. You have implemented a next-generation firewall.
Anti-malware protection has been enhanced, new server defense mechanisms have been installed, and internal security departments have been expanded. The first attack caused a delay in the CD Projekt Red Cyberpunk 2077 update and DLC release schedule.