Server Found With 44 Million Stolen Online Game Accounts

Leading antivirus product manufacturer Symantec recently came across a submitted database with an astounding amount of stolen gaming accounts. If each account came from a different person, the amount of affected players would be larger than the population of Argentina.

The database was populated by accounts from Chinese online gamers who had their information stolen by a password checker. The 44 million stolen accounts take up roughly 17GB of space and include passwords for at least 18 online gaming websites.

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