Theft protection company Denuvo is not having a good week. First Resident Evil 7, which employs Denuvo’s once-unassailable anti-tamper tech, was cracked in just five days. Now folks have discovered a bunch of unprotected content on the company’s website, including what are reportedly emails from companies like Capcom and Google.
TorrentFreak reports that the company has accidentally left a number of private directories from its website available to the public, and people have been combing through them looking for anything of interest.
Most of the stuff is customer service emails, but there are are reportedly two corporate enquiries there as well, one of them from Capcom, the developers of Resident Evil 7. That email reads:
This is Jun Matsumoto from CAPCOM Japan. I have a interested in the Denuvo Anti-Tamper solution to protect our game software. If you have a white paper about details, please send me. (ex. platform, usage, price, etc…) And, if you have a sales agent in Japan, please tell me the contact point. Thank you for your cooperations.
Guess they closed that deal, for what it was worth.