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Ready or Not Developers Confirmed Recent Hack

Player and staff data wasn't touched.

Image credit: Void Interactive

Several days ago, Insider Gaming reported that hackers stole 4TB of data related to Ready or Not, a tactical shooter by Void Interactive, back in March. The studio's representative recently confirmed the rumor, saying it happened because of "critical vulnerabilities" found in TeamCity’s cloud services for build management.

Void Interactive told Kotaku that the attackers stole some source code, directory information, screenshots of a "top-level project" and company-related information, but no user or staff information was taken. The conpany's development assets and proprietary code "remain secure and intact" and no sensitive data leakage occurred.

"Our top priority remains the security and privacy of our users and contributors (we do not capture any personal user information in the first place)," the statement said.

Last year, hackers got to Sony Interactive Entertainment, breaching "all of Sony systems" and then stealing the personal data of about 7,000 employees.

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