Hackers Grab 1.3 Million Logins From SEGA

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Games makers can’t get a break. First Sony had their buttocks offered up to them and now SEGA has lost 1.3 million sets of user data, a fairly large breach for a fairly small company. Names, birthdates, email address, and passwords (encrypted) were lost although no payment data has been compromised.

The attack focused on the SEGA Pass service, which has been shut down until the hack can be cleaned up.

via reuters