Sega Confirms Hacker Stole 1.29 Million User Data

Posted: Jun 19 2011, 2:17pm CDT | by , in News | Gaming

 
Sega confirms Hacker stole 1.29 million User Data

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If you have a Sega Pass you should be concerned.

Word thatSega got hacked broke Friday. Today there is now an official confirmation that hackers stole data of 1.29 million registered users of Sega Pass. Sega says according to the BBC that no payment information was compromised. Only dates of birth and email addresses got compromised. Sega has reseted though all user passwords and also recommends to change your login on other services in case you used the same password.

Sega Pass is down right now as Sega tries to strengthen security. Sega is just the latest victim of hackers in the video game market. It all started with the massive Sony Playstation network hack in April.

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