In a tweet, the company said, “Analysis conducted over the weekend confirms that the source code for League, TFT, and traditional anti-cheat platforms have been exfiltrated by attackers.
Earlier this week,
The video game developer also received a ransom email from the attackers, but says the company will not pay it.
Additionally, the company has ensured that no player data or personal information has been compromised, but acknowledged that the source code obtained by the attackers could lead to new cheats.
“This attack disrupted our build environment and may cause problems in the future, but most importantly, we are confident that no player data or player personal information has been compromised. That’s it,” Riot Games tweeted.
“Honestly, once the source code is made public, new cheats are more likely to emerge. We have made preparations to deploy the
The company added, “We plan to release a full report in the future detailing the techniques of the attackers, areas where Riot’s security controls failed, and steps we are taking to prevent this from happening again.” rice field.
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