Clash of Clans – 1 million user accounts have been violated

According to confirmation by the company Supercell (developer of the game Clash of Clans), in September of last year, approximately 1.1 million user accounts of its forum were violated and had their data as “name User, email, IP and password “exposed. Confirmation only came to light this year.

Still according to information from the company itself, the problem that has already been corrected would have been caused due to the fact that a software used in the forum is outdated. Game access data has not been tampered with, so game users can rest easy.

The recommendation is for users of the Supercell forum to change their passwords, and not use the same passwords as other accounts.

If you would like to create a more secure password, please use our Password Generator and also follow our article How to create stronger, safer and protected passwords.

via Canaltech


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