The claimed source code for Riot Game’s League of Legends and the Packman anti-cheat program, which was confirmed to have been taken in a recent hack of the game company’s developer environment, is currently being auctioned off by threat actors.
Riot Games revealed last Friday that its development environment had been breached, allowing threat actors to acquire the source code for the company’s Packman legacy anti-cheat technology, Teamfight Tactics, and League of Legends (LoL).
The business announced yesterday that it had received a ransom note from the threat actor but that it would not be paying one. This ransom note was discovered by Vice.com, and it requested $10 million to stop the release of the stolen material.
On a well-known hacker site, the threat actor behind the attack started selling the purported source code for League of Legends and the original Packman anti-cheat platform last night.
According to the threat actor, Packman and the League of Legends source code are on sale for at least $1 million.
The threat, despite refusing to provide more evidence of the stolen source code, claimed to have shared it with Ryscu, a YouTuber who specializes in videos about League of Legends.