Void Interactive was hit by a data breach, Ready or Not's source code got stolen

While some source code was stolen, user data remained unaffected

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Ready or Not is a rather popular first-person tactical shooter developed by an indie developer Void Interactive.

It seems that the company is in some trouble as the game’s source code was reportedly stolen by hackers.

Ready or Not’s source code gets stolen by hackers

According to Neowin, Void Interactive was a target of a data breach in March, but the information is only now available to the public.

The company was targeted by an undisclosed ransom group and the group has managed to obtain 4TB of data.

Void Interactive stated that the breach occurred due to critical vulnerabilities that were present in the TeamCity cloud services.

The breach affected the Xbox and PlayStation versions of the game, and some source code and directory information was stolen.

In addition, some screenshots of the top-level project and company-related information were obtained.

The spokesperson from Void Interactive stated that development assets, proprietary code and user data remain unaffected by this breach.

This is bad news for the developers and we hope that this data breach won’t drastically impact the future development of the game.

Unfortunately, security incidents can occur, and speaking of which, Microsoft accidentally left one of its Azure servers without a password.

In other cybersecurity news, CISA issued the ED 24-04 after a Microsoft breach that should prevent further security issues.

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