While developer Rockstar has gone on to confirm that this week’s unprecedented GTA 6 leak will not affect the game’s development, you can rest assured that the relevant authorities will be hot on the matter. And a recent incident with Uber, allegedly instigated by a group called Lapsus$, suggests that the FBI and US Department of Justice may already be on the case.
In a statement on his own issues. Uber said: “We believe that this attacker or attackers are linked to a hacking group called Lapsus$, which has been increasingly active over the last year or so. The group typically uses similar techniques to target technology companies, and in 2022 alone included Microsoft, Cisco, Samsung, Nvidia, and Octa, among others. There were also reports over the weekend that the actor had breached video game maker Rockstar Games. We are in close coordination with the FBI and the US Department of Justice on this matter and will continue to support their efforts.
It should be noted that Uber seems to be connecting the dots here, and this being a criminal investigation, it’s unlikely we’ll get any concrete word on the culprits for some time. however, Many members In March 2022, a notorious 16-year-old from Lapsus$ was recently arrested in the UK for amassing $14 million in assets through hacking.
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