Also, I'd give myself the benefit of doubt. The message left honestly seems too childish, I don't think that an hacker capable of breaching a big company internal system would be interested on leaving any trace, especially without telling exactly what the agreement is.
I wouldn't be surprised if this was actually an "inside job", CDPR victimizing itself to recover some sort of players support.
But who knows, right?
However, If I was an honest and transparent company I would have nothing to fear.
Ex-employees, investors, gamers... it seems it would be far easier to compile a list of people who are not dissatisfied with the current CDPR.First the exacerbated criticism of the game and now this... Who has CDPR pissed off?