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  • Offensive Messages Sent in Children's MMO Not from Disgruntled Employee

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    Offensive Messages Sent in Children's MMO Not from Disgruntled Employee

    The messages were coming from outside the building!

    Last week, the typically kid friendly MMO called Wizard101 turned into a real minefield of vulgar server messages. Players that were online on Friday, September 16 saw several server-wide messages that included jokes, swearing, and even complaints about the poor pay at developer KingsIsle. That fact that only KingsIsle staff should have access to this broadcast system and the messages about poor pay led many to believe that the messages...
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  • The FBI is Now Investigating the Grand Theft Auto 6 Hack

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    The FBI is Now Investigating the Grand Theft Auto 6 Hack

    The person who hacked Rockstar is also claiming responsibility for last week's hack of Uber.

    Mere days after the monumental leak of Grand Theft Auto 6 information comes word that the hacker is now under investigation by the FBI. This news come from a press release put out by Uber.

    Just last week, Uber also fell victim to a significant security breach. That breach gave the hacker access to Uber's AWS information, Duo, OneLogin, G Suite, VMware vSphere domain accounts, and...
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  • Major Twitch Data Breach Leaves All Accounts Vulnerable, Exposes Streamer Revenues

    Over 125GB of Twitch data has been leaked online.

    An anonymous hacker has just leaked a 125GB torrent of hacked and stolen Twitch data on Wednesday, October 6. This is allegedly just the first part of a larger data breach. According to a report from VGC, the leak was done in an attempt to "foster more disruption and competition in the online video streaming space" since Twitch's "community is a disgusting toxic cesspool."

    According to reports, the leaked...
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  • Apex Legends Cross-Progression Development Slows Due to Recent Hacks

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    Apex Legends Cross-Progression Development Slows Due to Recent Hacks

    It's almost like DDoS'ing is a bad thing done by bad people.

    Respawn says that due to an influx of cheaters and DDoS attacks occurring in and at Apex Legends, the team has had to change up some development plans for the battle royale title.

    Game director Chad Grenier says that work on cross-progression has been slowed down as a result of the team having to deal with hackers of all kinds. Grenier made this little fact known in a response to a tweet that asked him for an...
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  • Hacker Releases 1.5 Million ESEA User Account Details After Failed Extortion Attempt

    You should probably be aware that details for over 1.5 million ESEA user accounts was leaked today from a hacker after he failed to extort $100,000 from the ESEA. The ESEA is a company that is mainly known for running a fairly popular Counter-Strike league.

    The leak first showed up back on January 7, 2017 when LeakedSource said that they have added over 1.5 million ESEA records to their database. The confirmation came from the ESEA today along with a timeline of the event...
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  • Hacker Releases 1.5 Million ESEA User Account Details After Failed Extortion Attempt

    You should probably be aware that details for over 1.5 million ESEA user accounts was leaked today from a hacker after he failed to extort $100,000...
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