In Cyberpunk 2077 b@d’s malware is a software you’ll have to upload to a server for a CP77 Gig available in Watson, Northside area.
This specific gig is named Catch A Tyger’s Toe, and your goal is to find a server in the basement of Megabuilding H11 and use it to upload the malware.
Cyberpunk 2077 Catch A Tyger’s Toe takes place inside Megabuilding H11.
To start it, if you travel to the location on my map below, Regina Jones calls you about this gig.
Catch A Tyger’s Toe Cyberpunk 2077 Gig Location
Look for this gig south of Megabuilding H10 fast travel point in Watson, Northside.
On my map below you can see the location of Megabuilding H11.
When you get close to this location; after you talk to Regina, you’ll have to find the entrance to the basement.
Follow the path on your minimap until you find the elevator pictured below.
Get inside and select the server room on the elevator’s button. Or -05: Server Room.
How To Upload b@d’s Malware To The System
When the elevator reaches the basement take your time to scout the area, although, from a difficulty point of view, this is the easiest mission I have encountered so far.
In the basement, there are 4 guards and 2 cameras.
The first one sits just in front of you when you exit the elevator. You can turn it off through the window the moment you exit.
Now, follow the stairs on the right but keep an eye on another camera on the staircase.
Turn it off then head to the basement and here you have various options.
Due to the large number of servers that offer the perfect hiding spots, taking out the guards silently is a walk in the park, although you can obviously use, let’s say a more direct approach.
Once you dispatch all of them, head to the side room (where one of the thugs was drawing something on a wall), and look for the computer pictured below.
Interact with it and you’ll plant b@d’s malware.
Obviously, you’ll want to loot the place and get everything before exiting the basement using the same elevator.
Finally, leave the compound and the mission is complete. Easy right?
That’s everything you need to know about b@d’s malware and the Cyberpunk 2077 Catch A Tyger’s Toe Gig.