PSN, 2K And Windows Live Allegedly Hacked, Change Your Passwords Now

PSN, 2K, and Windows Live Allegedly Hacked, Change Your Passwords Now (Updated)

Another day, another password leak. This time it's PlayStation Network, 2K Games and Windows Live — three years after the last PSN compromise. CNET and report that hacker group DerpTrolling claim to have seven million logins and 500,000 credit card data — including Twitter and Facebook.

Updated: Several folks are saying the leaked data looks fake. To be safe, however, you might as well change your passwords.

To prove they're serious, DerpTrolling leaked the usernames and passwords for 2131 PSN users, 1473 Windows Live users and 2000 2K Games users on pastebin.

You know the drill by now. To be safe, it's time to change your passwords and make sure they're all unique and strong — and enable two-factor authentication wherever possible. You can also use LastPass or your favourite password manager to audit your passwords.

DerpTrolling leaks PSN, 2K, Windows Live customer logins [CNET via]


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