Matt's already brought you the scoop on the hackers who cracked into the Deus Ex: Human Revolution site and snagged confidential date from over 80, 000 users. But the group of individuals - rumoured to be an offshoot from hacker cabal Anonymous - have moved to reassure fans of the game that Eidos' title is at no risk, whatsoever. It had been rumoured that the hackers had access to Human Revolution's code and could, if willing, leak it online.
But Venuism, a hacker linked to the group and the attack on Eidos' site, claims they're being "framed" by rivals, and promise they don't want to "scam you, steal credit cards and do dirty stuff with them". There appears to be a bit of internal strife amongst those responsible for hacking the system, and Venuism admits data from the hack may have been leaked. We'll have more for you on this as it develops. [Eurogamer]