Updated on: Aug 16, 2012 at 14:51
World of Warcraft
Publishers: Blizzard Entertainment
North American players of World of Warcraft, be advised: Blizzard Entertainment has been hacked and all NA passwords may have been compromised. Not only that, but they’ve also got your security questions, authenticator info and email address. Only your financial data appears to be safe — but for how long?
This would be a great time to go to the Battle.Net website and change all your account info for Starcraft II, Diablo III, and of course, World of Warcraft. While you’re there, you might as well go ahead and pre-order your digital deluxe copy of the Mists of Pandaria expansion, right?
Get the latest news on this development at the official Blizzard website. And as always, MMORPG1.com reminds you to safeguard your data, never use the same password for your online games that you do for financial accounts, and never click a link from an email to check your game account.
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