Though according to Bloomberg, one major detail that CDPR left out is the fact that “most” of its employees have been locked out of their work VPN. This means that they can’t get access to their work tools from home. To work around this, employees had to take their computers to the company’s IT department to screen for malware.
While CD Projekt may have backups to deal with the hack, it looks like it’s not a completely seamless recovery. No doubt that getting hacked is no laughing matter. But the problem of not being able to access the company VPN sounds a little ridiculous.