“While this leak – which has not yet been confirmed by Valve – is by no means as serious as previous incidents which saw the source code for the engine and an incomplete early build of the game itself finding their way online, the manner in which it happened will undoubtedly cause red faces at the company.
Reports indicate that the developer actually distributed the script over the Steam distribution network by accident, with the inclusion of a file – intended for captioning purposes in the game – in one of the preview builds of Counter-Strike: Source which have been made available in the past week.”
So we have to ask if there will ever be a reason to actually pay for this game with so many copies floating around on the web. Valve needs to implement some serious security and put a stop to these leaks.
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