In more bad news for video game companies, Electronic Arts recently admitted that hackers had breached its servers and stolen sensitive customer information.  By targeting a bulletin board for the video game “Never winter Nights,” hackers were able to obtain EA customers’ sensitive information, including their full names, birth dates, e-mail addresses, and user passwords.  Electronic Arts claims that customer credit card information was not compromised, but the hackers have plenty of personal information to launch identity theft attacks, should they choose.

The attack on Electronic Arts follows an attack earlier this year on Sony’s PlayStation and Qriocity networks, which compromised the personal data and credit card information of roughly 100 million

users.  Popular gaming companies Nintendo, Sega, and Square Enix have also come under attack.  A group calling itself Lulz Security has claimed responsibility for several of the attacks.

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