Sunday, June 19, 2011

Hackers steal customer data from Sega

Hackers have stolen the personal data of some 1.29 million customers of the Japanese game maker Sega, the company said Sunday, in a theft via a website of its European unit. The Sega Pass website, operated by London-based Sega Europe, did not contain credit card information, the Japanese firm said. But names, dates of birth, e-mail addresses and encrypted passwords were stolen by intruders to the site, Sega said in a Japanese-language statement, adding the theft had been confirmed on Friday.

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