Hackers targeted Titanfall and Apex Legends in a scheme to revive a cancelled free-to-play spin-off

The Titanfall community may have finally uncovered the hackers behind both last month’s massive Apex Legends hack and server-breaking bot attacks that have been hitting Titanfall 1 for years.

Earlier this week, SaveTitanfall.com—a site mentioned in the Apex Legends attack that otherwise insists it was not involved in the hack itself—released a hefty, 40 page PDF regarding Operation RedTape. In it, the document (and an associated folder full of further evidence) collates discussions from Discord servers, private messages, emails, twitter threads and more implicating a number of hackers in the July 4 Apex Hack, Titanfall’s ongoing bot shutdown, and recent DDoS attacks against Titanfall 2 streamers.

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