Nokia Forum Attacked by Hackers
The attacker, who exploited an SQL injection vulnerability in the site's forum software, managed to obtain a database table with user account information. The attacker had compromised more data than Nokia had initially believed, but the information was not particularly sensitive and consisted of e-mail addresses and public profile information.
According to Nokia, only 7 percent of the forum's users had provided public profile information, which included things like instant messenger usernames and dates of birth. As such, the company does not believe that users' accounts are at risk.
The announcement page on Nokia's developer forum, linked below
As embarrassing as the situation is for Nokia, the company should be thankful that it was only a developer forum that was attacked, as opposed to the company's Ovi Store, which keeps credit card information on file, or something worse.