Patch 1.12 addresses Cyberpunk 2077's mod-hacking concerns

Hackers can no longer use Cyberpunk 2077 to exploit your PC

Patch 1.12 addresses Cyberpunk 2077's mod-hacking concerns

Patch 1.12 addresses Cyberpunk 2077's mod-hacking concerns 

Earlier this week, CD Projekt Red warned PC gamers about potential hacking concerns for those who mod Cyberpunk 2077 or use customised save files within the game. Some of the DLL files within the game could be exploited "can be used to execute code on PCs", making the game a potential exploit tool for those who mod the title. 

With Hotfix 1.12, a PC exclusive update, Cyberpunk 2077's PC players can now play the game knowing that these exploitable DLL files have been removed from the game. CD Projekt Red has replaced these DLL files with new versions which do not present the same exploitation risks, making Cyberpunk 2077 safe to mod once again. 

GOG has confirmed that this update is 14MB in size, making it Cyberpunk 2077's smallest patch to date. The update also fixes a buffer overrun issue, though the Hotfix's improved security overshadows the significance of that minor update. 

You can join the discussion on Cyberpunk 2077's latest PC patch on the OC3D Forums

Patch 1.12 addresses Cyberpunk 2077's mod-hacking concerns  

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