MojoKid writes: Toy maker VTech initially informed the public of a security breach this past Friday. The company disclosed that its customer database was compromised, exposing names, email addresses, mailing addresses, download histories and encrypted passwords for users. Even more troubling is that in addition to 4.8 million adult accounts that were affected by the breach, 200,000 children were also caught up in the mess. Earlier this morning, VTech gave a status update, describing that the initial breach actually occurred back on November 14th. But that's not all. It appears the VTech has an even bigger problem on its hands because of this data breach. The hackers discovered that VTech had been storing tens of thousands of pictures of children and their parents on their servers along with about a year's worth of chat logs (between children and parents). In total, the hackers were able to easily access nearly 200GB worth of photos from VTech's servers. "Frankly, it makes me sick that I was able to get all this stuff," said the hacker who has been in contact with Motherboard. "VTech should have the book thrown at them."