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Thieves Targeting MMOGs Prompt Tighter Security

The popularity in fantasy online hosted massive multiplayer online game (MMOG) sites like Blizzard and K2 Network has led organized crime rings and hackers to highjack gamers’ personal data, credit card numbers, and virtual game pieces and accessories that many spend years building on. Organized crime units in Turkey, Russia and the Ukraine will hack into the online game database to highjack accounts, stealing user names and passwords, and either attempt to sell the characters and the accessories back to the original owner, or to other players at a discount price. Full Story

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