UK police arrest 17-year-old suspected hacker linked to game data leak Grand Theft Auto VI. The individual may also have been involved in the Uber break-in.
The suspect is allegedly connected to a hacker group Fall
The arrest was the result of an investigation involving London police, the UK’s National Cyber Crime Unit and the FBI. Leakage GTA VI is undoubtedly one of the greatest in video game history. Last weekend, a hacker shared a bunch of screenshots from the trial version of the game, which is one of the most anticipated titles. Rockstar stated that the incident will not affect work on the game and that fans will be “properly introduced” to the next title in the blockbuster series when it is ready.
Uber jwas also exposed to a cyber security incident this month. The company said this week that the hacker in question had not accessed user accounts, but as of Monday it was still trying to determine the impact of the intrusion. The 17-year-old was arrested in Oxfordshire, where one of the leaders allegedly lives Fall-a. In March, investigators identified a 16-year-old from Oxford as being associated with the group. In the same month, police arrested seven teenagers with alleged links to Lapsus$, but it has not been confirmed whether the teenager from Oxford was among them. Lapsus$ also targeted companies such as Microsoft, Okta and T-Mobile.
Source: PC Press by pcpress.rs.
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