A recent rash of cyberattacks continues, this time affecting 1.3 million members of Sega's online video game network, Sega Pass. Reuters reports that names, birth dates, e-mail addresses and encrypted passwords of users were stolen from the database. Sega Europe discovered the breach on Thursday and notified network users and Sega Corp, which then shut down the site. A company spokeswoman apologized for the breach, saying that Sega is working on improving security measures. A hacker group responsible for attacks on other video game sites has offered to track down these hackers, according to the report.
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