1.    21 Nov 2014 #1
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    Change password now for Windows Live, PSN, and 2K Gaming


    Hacker group, DerpTrolling, has recently finished what they are calling a “glorious raid across the high seas of the internet”. This time around, the infamous group of online bandits have hacked a number of 2K Gaming Studio, Windows Live email, and PlayStation network user accounts. This breach has released thousands of private username and password login information onto the web.
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  2.    10 Dec 2014 #2
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    Brink, any official word from Microsoft on this issue?
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  3.    10 Dec 2014 #3
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    Not that I'm aware of.
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  4.    11 Dec 2014 #4
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    Thats rude!! It isn't good. Its time for Microsoft to increase security!

    See PlayStation Network and Windows Live hack was a hoax, companies say | Technology | The Guardian
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  5.    11 Dec 2014 #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fahadking07 View Post
    Thats rude!! It isn't good. Its time for Microsoft to increase security!

    See PlayStation Network and Windows Live hack was a hoax, companies say | Technology | The Guardian
    Fahadking07
    What rude about it? At least Microsoft along with Sony confirmed it was a hoax.
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  6.    11 Dec 2014 #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by groze View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Fahadking07 View Post
    Thats rude!! It isn't good. Its time for Microsoft to increase security!

    See PlayStation Network and Windows Live hack was a hoax, companies say | Technology | The Guardian
    Fahadking07
    What rude about it? At least Microsoft along with Sony confirmed it was a hoax.
    lol. There is nothing rude now . I just read the update, everything is fine now. Yep, I know, it was hoax!!!
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  7.    11 Dec 2014 #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fahadking07 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by groze View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Fahadking07 View Post
    Thats rude!! It isn't good. Its time for Microsoft to increase security!

    See PlayStation Network and Windows Live hack was a hoax, companies say | Technology | The Guardian
    Fahadking07
    What rude about it? At least Microsoft along with Sony confirmed it was a hoax.
    lol. There is nothing rude now . I just read the update, everything is fine now. Yep, I know, it was hoax!!!
    No problem. If it wasn't a hoax Microsoft would of forced people to change passwords when they log-in. That has happened to me at least once.
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