CCP Discusses EVE Online Source Code Leak
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A recent GamesIndustry.biz article offers CCP Games' response to the recent unauthorized release of EVE Online's source code on the internet. According to the developer the leak doesn't expose users or their account information to any risk and will not effect the state of the game itself.
"CCP is aware that an individual claims to have access to the source code of the EVE client. This access is not a security risk to CCP in any way," stated the developer. Click on the link below to read the rest of the article.
Gamesindustry.biz: CCP Games Responds To EVE Source Leak
"Access to the source code for the EVE client exposes no security vulnerabilities, has no privacy protection issues, and poses no threat to our customers' billing information.
"The server-side interface used by the client is carefully protected to ensure that no abusive or unwanted information is transmitted to, or from the internal EVE server systems. Nothing the EVE client can do can affect the game state, no advantage can be gained by manipulating the EVE client, no advantageous or disadvantageous information can be transmitted to other EVE users by altering the EVE client," added the company.
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