Somehow some classified military documents appeared on the forum war thunder,the third time.
Somehow, you might be able to attest that some military documents were shared on a forum dedicated to war sims. The second time this happens? Well, obviously these things happen, but we should probably hide them better, no? However, this is the third time this has happened, this time against a piece of Chinese hardware, according to the British Defence Journal.
Images that appeared online on May 31 show the Chinese DTC10-125 tungsten penetrator at the top of a document detailing the projectile, according to the British Defence Journal. The document touches on some technical issues that most people wouldn’t care about, except those who shared it in an attempt to correct an issue corresponding to the game.
Post has been removed Waijin Entertainment Once the developer realizes this. But you do have to wonder what the definition of secret is considered by those who have access to this confidential information.
PC Gamer points out that it’s entirely possible that these documents won’t need to be shared. A user on Resetera pointed out how the shell was added to the public development server and its value in terms of penetration etc. is not necessarily set in stone. So in the end, if the original publisher of the classified document had just waited a bit, they could have avoided committing a very strange crime.
Gaijin Entertainment also provided PC Gamer with a statement on the matter, saying, “Our community administra tors immediately banned the user and deleted his post as information about this particular shell remains classified in China.
“Posting classified information on any vehicle of any country on the War Thunder forum is expressly prohibited and game developers never use it in their work.
“While we know our players want the game to be as realistic as possible, we implore them not to do anything illegal and not to jeopardize their safety, and the safety of our community team members. The developers of War Thunder will do their best to Using legally available tools to study vehicle information, scandals like this are clearly not useful to our efforts.”