Another gaming company struck by data breach is Reality Squared Games (R2Games). In April 2017, over a million user accounts were exposed and compromised from the gaming company’s online servers. This is not the first time that the company was hit by data breach; in fact, this is the second time in two years that the personal information of its users has been compromised. The hacked data included passwords, usernames, email addresses, and even personal information, such as Facebook related details and birthdays.
3. WannaCry Ransomware
6. 8 Track
The popular internet radio service provider and social network, 8tracks, suffered a data breach which exposed 18 million user accounts. The compromised data included email addresses, passwords, and usernames. However, the owner of the internet radio service confirmed that the only accounts compromised were those that were verified through the popular code hosting platform, Github. On the other hand, accounts authenticated through Facebook or Google were not affected by the breach.