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Submission + - Sega Hacked, 1.3 Million Accounts Compromised (net-security.org)

Orome1 writes: Sega Corporation was attacked and its database breached last week, and the fact was confirmed by the company the day after it took its SEGA Pass system offline on Thursday. The breach resulted in the compromise of email addresses, dates of birth and encrypted passwords of 1.3 million users, but luckily no personal payment information was acquired by the attackers since SEGA doesn't store it and uses external payment providers.
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Sega Hacked, 1.3 Million Accounts Compromised

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