The buyer group claims to have obtained the source code for Watch Dogs: Legion, in addition to assets to develop other names.
The hacking and demanding group, known as Egregor, allegedly received the source code Watch dogs: Legion, Just two weeks before the release date, as well as many files from the developer and publisher Crytek.
Egregor has created a ransomware program of the same name, which is probably based on another popular program ̵1; Sekhmet. Requiring software for those who don’t know is a type of malware that steals or encrypts victim data and doesn’t return or decrypt it if the victim doesn’t pay – or reproduce PUBG in one strange case from 2018. The added threat is often that this stolen data will be disclosed to the public if the requirements are not met, which is clearly what Egregor is threatening with Ubisoft Watch dogs: Legion.
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Egregor claims to have the source code for Watch dogs: Legion. Source code is game code in plain human language that is compiled into machine code and can then be sold to consumers. The release of the source code for the game would be similar to the release of a bread baking recipe as opposed to the release of a whole loaf. The source code is usually confidential, and Egregor leaks Watch dogs: Legions the code may cause other games to be copied Watch dogs, or allow deeper hacks and modifications than are usually possible.
Sometimes the source code is issued intentionally, for example, when the EA issued the source code for two Command and Conquer games to help fans and modders, but it often takes a long time after the release of the game. Based on what Egregor has shown so far, it is difficult to say whether the group really has all the source code. Watch dogs: Legion. The claimant group also claims to have data from Crytek, including the resources used to develop such names. Arena of Destiny and Warface.
A recent example of source code leakage is the huge amount of data thrown out of Nintendo’s private servers this year, which included source code for the Nintendo Wii. The Wii era is over, fortunately for Nintendo, which does not pose as much of a threat as, say, the Switch source code.
Leak of source code or not, Watch dogs: Legion releases later this month with Ray-Tracing support on next-generation consoles and separate PC builds that have just been unveiled by Ubisoft.
Watch dogs: Legion releases on PC, PS4, Stadia and Xbox One on October 29, and versions of PS5 and Xbox Series S / X will appear later this year.
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