Ready or Not maker Void victim of hack

Ready or Not maker Void victim of hack

The developer of Ready of Not, Void Interactive, was the victim of a cyberattack.

Initially reported by Insider Gamingwith the studio confirming the news to Kotaku – hackers made off with over 4TB of data, though this appears to not include any information about staff or players.

What is certain, however, is that the source code for Ready or Not has been stolen as part of the leak.

"We can confirm that no user-related data or staff information has been breached during this incident. 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)," Void wrote.

"Furthermore, we have confirmed that some source code as well as directory information has been stolen as a result of this breach. Our development assets and proprietary code remain secure and intact." 

"Evidence from our ongoing investigation suggests that the attack was limited to the TeamCity services interface," As a consequence, the attackers were able to obtain screenshots of top-level project and company-related information. However, it’s important to note that this does not involve any sensitive data leakage."

Ready or Not launched into Steam Early Access in 2021 ahead of a full launch the following year. The title was initially released with publisher Team17, who left the project at the end of 2021.

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