GTA 5 source code is starting to float the internet!

GTA 5 source code is starting to float the internet!

Following the hack GTA 6the industry and gaming community have been left in the dark wondering if the source code for both GTA 5 and GTA 6 was in fact compromised or if the hacker was acting as a bluff to trick potential buyers and Take-Two Interactive into cashing out. It looks like the hacker or group of hackers weren’t bluffing because the code surfaced on the internet. Let’s jump right into today’s news.

The source code of GTA 5 is wandering on GitHub and on the Internet!

After a few days of questioning and speculation about the massive scandal and hacking carried out by the hacker and GTA Forums user Tea-pot, it seems that the source code of GTA 5 has most certainly been compromised. It was last week that almost 90 videos containing the pre-alpha build images for GTA 6 have surfaced on the internet.

Claims from the hacker and later imitators suggested that the source codes for GTA 5 and 6 were stolen during the rock star games hack that took place via a bit of social hacking. An employee was persuaded to give his login and user information for the development of Rockstar’s GTA 6 Soft band. So far, it appears that significant portions of the GTA 5 source code have been compromised and as of now, there is no sign or evidence of any GTA 6 code appearing on the internet.

Cover of Grand Theft Auto 5 from Rockstar Games | rock star games

The situation is certainly quite difficult to understand and the verification of claims is different. Every day new accounts pop up on user forums and Twitter claiming to be the elusive hacker behind it all.

In dialogues and private conversations, several modders, developers and hackers have stated that if these files are indeed legitimate, they could potentially pose a great threat to the networks and security of GTA 5, GTA online, and GTA 6.

To further add to the story, a GitHub user by name 100k source published a new push request that contains more code than ever seen before, which means that the hacker or group of hackers leaked the source code to multiple people.

One person even went so far as to claim that there is a reasonable degree of certainty that the allegations are real. But it is only possible to check whether Rockstar and take two Interactive check source code claims, but that won’t happen any time soon. But in other news, Rockstar Games said there won’t be any big issues in the development of GTA 6 in the grand scheme of things.

We recently experienced a network intrusion in which an unauthorized third party illegally accessed and downloaded confidential information from our systems, including early development footage for the upcoming Grand Theft Auto. At this time, we do not anticipate any disruption to our live game services or any long-term effects on the development of our ongoing projects.

We are extremely disappointed to have details of our upcoming game shared with you all in this way. Our work on the next Grand Theft Auto game will continue as planned and we remain more committed than ever to providing you, our players, with an experience that truly exceeds your expectations. We’ll update everyone soon and of course we’ll properly introduce you to this next game when it’s ready. We would like to thank everyone for their continued support through this situation – rock star games

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In-game screenshot of the Banshee in Grand Theft Auto 5 from Rockstar Games | rock star games

GTA Forums also has some interesting information to share. It was verified a few hours ago that the original forum account was run by two independent users. Although this is not a major update, it does suggest that the hacker did not perform the hack and the big leak on his own. Instead, the finger points to the group of hackers To fall and claims that the band was behind it all might indeed be legit. If that is certainly the case, the controversial files and source code could appear on the Internet at any time, whether the original hacker is caught or not.

Following an internal review of the events of the past week, we have reached several preliminary conclusions. First, we have reason to believe that based on posting behavior as well as IP address data, there may have been at least two people active on the teapotuberhacker account. One is the actual initial leaker, “Teapot”, and the other individual goes by the nickname “Lily”. “Teapot” having been responsible for the initial posts regarding the pirated content. “Lily” being the one who publishes the messages concerning the Telegram account @lilyhowarth which remains active to this day. We have evidence to suggest that the GTAF account was not stolen, but was shared.

We have seen Telegram screenshots of messages posted by “Lily” showing delaying tactics and false information on the GTAF account, and with no activity on the account since Sunday, at this point we have no reason to believe that “Lily” currently has one of the hacked documents they claim to have. We strongly advise against clicking, sharing or downloading anything “Lily” or anyone else posts in the Telegram group.

We believe that:
“Teapot” and “Lily” worked together and both accessed the account on GTAForums
“Teapot” published the messages about the hacked documents, “Lily” published the messages about a new Telegram account
The account has not been consulted since Sunday evening
We have no reason to believe “Lily” is in possession of pirated material at this time.
We’ve locked the other thread on this to minimize misinformation – GTA Forums

Whether the source code is leaked to the internet or to private individuals could very well have disastrous consequences for the games in question. It’s the equivalent of leaving your door wide open and putting up a sign to do what everyone wants.

But it’s not just Rockstar and Take-Two that have been affected, the shipping company, Uber claims that the Laspsus$ hacking group is behind all these attacks. Lapsus$ has made a name for itself by portraying itself as the entity behind the fiascos surrounding information compromised by large corporations such as Samsung, Nvidia and Microsoft.

Uber says the company is working closely with the FBI and the WE justice department and will continue to support their efforts.

So, what are your thoughts on the whole GTA 5 source code fiasco that came to light shortly after the initial GTA 6 leak? Are Lily and Tea Pot the same person or not, and do they work with $Lapsus? There’s a lot of unanswered information, but we’ll let you know as soon as we know. Until then, share your views in the comments below. We upload daily to Appuals, so stay tuned for more. In the meantime, see you later and goodbye.

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