LulzSec Extends Helping Hand After SEGA Pass Hack
Sega found itself hacked, and on Friday sent out an email to those affeted with some details.
- The SEGA Pass system has been offline since Thursday, June 16.
- The SEGA Pass database was hacked.
- A subset of SEGA Pass members' email addresses, dates of birth and encrypted passwords were obtained (SEGA re-emphasized that the passwords were encrypted).
- SEGA uses external payment providers, so no personal payment information was obtained in the hack.
- The company reset passwords and all access to SEGA Pass has been temporarily suspended.
@Sega - contact us. We want to help you destroy the hackers that attacked you. We love the Dreamcast, these people are going down.Yes, they love the SEGA Dreamcast, so they'll put on their white hats this time. It's for the lulz.