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Rockstar confirmed in a media release, they’ve had a network breach; and have assured investors they’re working to isolate the incident.
They’ve also confirmed the footage is real; albeit, very, very old.
The alleged hacker has let the world know they’re willing to sell the source code for GTA 5; not GTA 6, but the current, and very active GTA 5, for 6 figures.
Rockstar have noted they had a network breach; not a PC, not a single machine, not an old hard-drive that wasn’t cleaned properly… but a network intrusion.
So if the hacker was able to get their hands on the GTA code repo; we’re they also able to get their hands on client information? Login credentials, contact information, passwords, etc?
At this stage, we’ve not heard about it, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a thing.
So as a quick point of action; I’d like everyone watching this video to change the password to their Rockstar Social Club account, and their Rockstar Warehouse account.
Links to the password sections are in the description below.
Can’t stress it enough. By not changing your passwords, you may leave yourself open to attack, account hijacking or worse.
In the description below; there’s also a link to a service, Have I been Pwned that will allow you to check if you’ve had passwords breached in any attack; not just this one.