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Breach game code theft at PAX East ends in arrest — Joystiq

In Links on 2010-03-30 by Kyle Maxwell Tagged: , , ,

I really want to know why they had source code at a convention. And how (or why) they managed to do live, on-the-scene computer forensics. And what work they do “for military and intelligence organizations”. Providing training simulations shouldn’t lead to possible compromise of their clients’ networks.

Something doesn’t add up here, unless they just have no idea of how to handle restricted / confidential data and have exaggerated things for publicity’s sake. Surely, no game developer would ever fall into those categories…

Breach game code theft at PAX East ends in arrest — Joystiq.

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