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Valve: no reason for alarm over ‘CS:GO’ source code leak – Engadget


Before today, resource code forCounter-Strike: World OffensiveandStaff Fortress twocommenced to flow into, alarming gamers and modders who fearful that they could expose stability flaws. At the very least 1 job shut down as a precaution. Nevertheless, code for the recreation has been previously obtainable, this leak just distribute it significantly broader.

We have reviewed the leaked code and consider it to be a reposting of a constrained CS:GO motor code depot launched to partners in late 2017, and initially leaked in 2018. From this assessment, we have not located any motive for players to be alarmed or stay clear of the present-day builds.

— CS:GO (@CSGO) April 22, 2020

According to Valve, in a statement posted from the CS: GO Twitter account, they “believe it to be a reposting of a constrained CS:GO engine code depot introduced to companions in late 2017, and initially leaked in 2018” and uncovered no reason for alarm among gamers. SteamDB operator Pavel Djundik recommended identical, declaring it would possibly provide “very little” support to cheat builders.

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