Valve commented on leaked source code

Valve reported that the source code leaked the day before Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is an old version that does not pose a threat to players. The current version of the game has fixed all the vulnerabilities.

However, Tyler McVicker, from whose environment the leak occurred, said that he was not personally involved in the incident. The known insider has identified the culprit and will send the evidence to Valve.

On April 22, an archive with the source code CS:GO and Team Fortress 2 was published online. The leak caused concern in the community as the data could have been used to create new cheat programs or to access players' computers through official game servers.