Security Breach Found in Second Life Database
Linden Labs, the San Francisco based creator of the virtual community Second Life, has told its users that their personal information could have been stolen due to a zero day attack.
In a Sept. 8 announcement, the company said that users' unencrypted names and addresses, as well as encrypted passwords and payment information, could have been exposed during the attack. The company, however, said that credit card information had not been exposed. Security Breach Found in Second Life Database
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