Sunday, June 19, 2011

Sega under attack: stolen over 1 million data

The personal data of more than 1 million users of the Japanese giant Sega video game were stolen after a hacker attack against a site of its European subsidiary. The company announced. Sega is the second company of the video game industry to end up being targeted by hackers. In recent months, the PlayStation Network, Sony has been attacked repeatedly in the hands of aggressors placing millions of personal data, including passwords and credit card numbers.