The cage has fallen – the hacker responsible for the GTA 6 leak is behind bars


Remember, dear children, it does not pay to hack a large company that works on a world-famous game. There could be taciturn agents coming for you with an offer of a barred vacation.

A few days ago, we witnessed a massive leak of information, videos and codes from the prepared GTA 6. 90 videos showed quite a large part of the game, including locations, dubbing and the like. Of course, then the Take 2 distributor stepped in and tried their best to prevent the spread of the leak, but the avalanche had already started. But messing with a mammoth corporation and a well-known company and a famous gaming brand on top of that is not worth it. And it doesn’t even pay to brag that you hacked another company, Uber.

Uber began cooperating with the FBI, and men in dark glasses began to unravel the mystery. It is likely that the hacker is a member of the infamous group Lapsus$, which hacked into NVIDIA or Intel, for example. For communication in the group, they used the Telegram application, but it was already monitored by the agents. The pearl is that the smart guy is only a seventeen-year-old teenager from Oxfordshire, England. Due to his age, the police are not giving more details. Well, maybe this adventure was worth it.


Source: Pctuning – Všechen obsah by pctuning.cz.

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