Developer ready or not 4TB of data stolen

April 16, 2024 by No Comments

Void Interactive, the developers behind Ready or Not, suffered a massive data breach in which more than 4TB of data was stolen. It contains a total of 2.1 million files.

The Ransom Group, which Insider Gaming chose not to name, announced in March that it had access to the data. However, since then, Void Interactive has not mentioned any breach or concern regarding readiness or not.

As far as the legitimacy of the hack, Insider Gaming was shown the contents of the extracted files on the condition that they not be republished. All this data includes source code ready or not. It also contains code that appears as console builds of the game, as well as the results of various performance tests.

Shown are images of the game running on a PlayStation 4 test kid with builds taken from Insider Gaming’s breach. There is also build data for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5.

Fortunately, the personal information of players or staff in the void will not be affected in any way from what is collected. Everything seems to be perfectly centered around the game.

Insider Gaming has reached out to Void Interactive for comment and will update this story if a response is received. Ready or Not is a tactical first-person shooter recently released Exited early access In December 2023.

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