Just over a week after suffering a cyberattack, Riot Games went public this Tuesday (24) to confirm that League of Legends source code has been stolen. According to the company, the same thing happened with Team Fight Tactics and with an old anti-cheat system that she used.
“Today, we received a ransom email. Needless to say, we won’t pay. While this attack disrupted our build environment and may cause problems in the future, more importantly, we remain confident that no player data or personal information was compromised.”, the company said in a statement.
At the same time, Riot Games admitted that theft may result in the development of new cheat tools for your games. Thus, he affirms that he is studying the impact of the situation and is preparing his teams so that they can launch corrections and improvements as soon as possible, if necessary.
The source code hides the game news
The developer also claims that The stolen source code may contain some experimental features and unpublished ideas that you were preparing.. However, he explains that while some content may eventually reach players, most of it is in the prototype phase and there is no guarantee it will ever be released.
Riot Games also stated that it has already contacted the proper authorities to deal with the theft and intrusion into its systems. At the same time, she is doing an internal audit to detect where she went wrongand promises to publish the details of its findings and mitigation efforts in the near future.
“We’ve made a lot of progress since last week and believe we’ll have things fixed by the end of this week, allowing us to continue our regular cadence of patches going forward.”, promised the developer. Although he assured that no data was stolen from League of Legends or TFT accounts, the recommendation is that players change their access passwords as soon as possible to avoid possible future headaches.
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