A hacker has stolen the personal details of 7.6 million users of browser-based game the “Town of Salem,” BlankMediaGames (BMG) has admitted in a blog post. The hack came to light after a mysterious person sent a copy of the stolen data to DeHashed, a commercial data breach indexing service.
DeHashed says it spent all the Christmas and New Year holiday trying to contact BMG and alert the game maker of the hack and its still-compromised server. The hacked servers were finally secured and “multiple backdoors removed” this week. The compromised information appears to include, usernames, email addresses, encrypted passwords, IP addresses and more.
Read more about the Town of Salem data breach on ZDNet.