According to the source of journalist Matthew Keys, the arrest is the result of an investigation involving the City of London Police, the UK’s National Cyber Crime Unit and the FBI. that the police and/or FBI will release more details about the arrest later today. City of London Police told Engadget they “have no further information to share at this stage.”
The GTA VI The leak is undoubtedly one of the biggest in the history of video games. Last weekend, the hacker shared a bunch of footage from a test build of the game, which is one of the most anticipated titles around. Rockstar, which tends to keep a tight grip on its development, that the leak is legal. It said the crash won’t affect the game’s work, and it will “properly introduce” fans to the next title in the blockbuster series when it’s ready.
Uber is also subject to a this month. Company that the hacker in question did not gain access to user accounts but as of Monday it is still trying to determine the impact of the breach. Uber also noted reports suggesting that a single person or group may have been responsible for the Rockstar hack. Also, it said the culprit could be connected to the Lapsus$ hacking group.
The 17-year-old was arrested in Oxfordshire, where one of the leaders of Lapsus$ is said to live. March, reported that a 16-year-old man from Oxford (who may have had a birthday since) has been identified by researchers and hackers as having ties to the group. That same month, the City of London Police with alleged ties to Lapsus$, but it has not been confirmed whether the Oxford teenager is among them. Lapsus $ has also targeted people who like Okta and .
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