Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the most anticipated games of 2020. After 8 years of production, the game was finally released on December 10 on PS4, Stadia, Windows, and Xbox. Despite the launch disaster, the game sold more than 13 million copies. And with that popularity came, illegal copies and hacking.
A Kaspersky, Android Malware Analyst Tatyana Shishkova shared a “mobile version of Cyberpunk 2077” on her Twitter page @sh1shk0va. According to her, it is actually Ransomware disguised as “the game.”
New Android #Ransomware disguised as #Cyberpunk2077 game.
Downloaded from fake website imitating Google Play Store.
Family: CoderWare/BlackKingdom https://t.co/JBudDP6vG1 pic.twitter.com/TdM4SAkFWl
— Tatyana Shishkova (@sh1shk0va) December 16, 2020
At first glance, the game looks real, holding positive reviews on Google Play Store. They also marked CD Projekt Red as…