The latest victim in this rash of cyberattacks is Sega, whose own gaming network and marketplace Sega Pass has been compromised. The site says it’s “going through some improvements” but a message to members reveals that they’re locking it down until the situation is back under control. What was leaked? Fortunately just emails, DOBs, and encrypted passwords.
Nothing you don’t give out every day for free, then, but to be safe, change your password elsewhere if you’ve been affected by this hack. Probably a good idea to change your password right now anyway just in case what with half the sites on the net getting hacked.