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HACK UTorrent Source Code By CoDeLeaK [updated] [fixed Torrent]



In a further development to the EA hack, the attackers who accessed the gaming giant's systems and stole their source code, including for popular games like FIFA 21, have now leaked all of the stolen data.




HACK uTorrent source code by CoDeLeaK [updated] [fixed torrent]


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This is an interesting development for EA. Where it is not personal data, stolen data is of most value to the hacked company (hence the attackers' efforts to find more ways of trying to extort EA). In the present case, EA's decision to hold firm and not pay seems to have convinced the attackers that they are not, in fact, holding anything of value. As such, they've simply dropped the stolen goods. The source code is apparently circulating on torrent sites, however, and it remains to be seen if any of the data can exploited in the future.


Although a precise timeline has yet to be established, news of the massive hack first surfaced March 4 after the criminals, a cyber-extortion gang known as Lapsus$, posted a teaser regarding Samsung data it was about to leak. Bleeping Computer revealed that the code said to be stolen, 190GB in total, included the source for trusted applets in the smartphone TrustZone environment.


The hacker, who called themselves "Anonymous" on a 4chan discussion board, said Twitch's community is "a disgusting toxic cesspool, so to foster more disruption and competition in the online video streaming space, we have completely pwned them, and in part one, are releasing the source code from almost 6,000 internal Git repositories."


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