Sega Pass Hacked, 1.3 Million Accounts Compromised

As a consequence of this, the data of approximately 1.3 million users has
been exposed by a hacking attack. It is said that the names, birth dates,
e-mail addresses and even some encrypted passwords of Sega Pass online
users have been affected. …

Reports: Sega Customer Database Hacked

from PCWorld
The breach is the latest large-scale hacking incident to happen in recent
months. Sony has had several systems compromised, most infamously its
Playstation Network and Qriocity service, exposing personal and credit card information on millions of …

After Sega gets hacked, LulzSec offers to seek revenge

from CNET
by Edward Moyer The hacking free-for-all continued this week as Sega
apparently became the latest victim of a network breach and none other than hacking group LulzSec offered to help the game company by taking down the responsible parties. …

SEGA hacked; LulzSec offers to help track hackers

from T3
The hacking group Lulz Security (LulzSec as it’s popularly known) seemed to imply it had nothing to do with the hack. In a public tweet, it asked SEGA to contact the group as it loved Dreamcast and wanted to help them take the hackers down. …;-lulzsec-offers-to-help-track-hackers?=57691