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|Technology - Video Games|
|Friday, 10 August 2012 05:00|
Blizzard has launched an urgent announcement to all users asking them to change your password and secret questions because his security team "found an instance of unauthorized access and illegal "to your internal network, compromising Battle.net accounts.
The company was quick to stop the intrusion and say they are working with judicial authorities to find out what happened.
Whoever entered the network had access to email addresses, security response, authentication information related to mobile and dial-in authenticators, as well as encrypted passwords an unspecified number of users and varying according to the servers with your account, including from North America to New Zealand, indicating an overall impairment.
Blizzard says that this is not enough to jeopardize our bills, but encourages us to change our data access , which is not a bad idea at all.
Account hacking is a lucrative business because of the existence of a black market where players can acquire gold, items and accounts and is a problem that Blizzard has struggled for a long time and has recently been a considerable amount of users affected after Diabo III exit , but I remember there was an infiltration of your internal network, so far.
You can read the full statement on the official Blizzard website .