Entries in 'hacked' (33)
Pirated games can now be played on the Wii U, a group of modders have claimed.
Things don’t get any better for The War Z.
The suicide of internet activist Aaron Swartz has led to a spate of attacks on US Government websites.
Nintendo’s Wii U hasn’t even been out for two weeks in the UK and hackers are already enjoying early success in cracking the console.
A number of EA Origin users have reportedly had their accounts compromised.
Square Enix has blocked access to its Official Merchandise store following a suspected hacker attack.
Bllizzard reports its online matchmaking and game data service Battle.net was hacked this past weekend, adding that certain account info has been compromised.
It’s the thing of nightmares for Apple.
We think that’s the message Microsoft is trying to send in releasing an extensive statement that effectively reiterates what it has said many times before – Xbox Live has not, ...
The digital world may be riding high following the high-profile global protests against SOPA and PIPA, but in the real world authorities have just claimed one of the largest piracy ...
A month and a half on from Microsoft’s assurances that hackers are not accessing Xbox Live customer details, fresh evidence has appeared suggesting that a problem persists.
Valve’s Steam forums are currently offline, and users have accused a hacking group of being responsible.
Sony has this morning confirmed that its PlayStation Network, as well as the Sony Entertainment Network and Sonly Online Entertainment, has for the second time been a victim of a ...
Hardware manufacturer AMD has confirmed a data breach on servers housing codes for free copies of Codemasters racer Dirt 3.
The industry’s hacking woes have alleviated significantly in recent weeks, but a fresh attack today has acted as a reminder of the danger that potentially lays in wait.
Developer BioWare has confirmed hackers may have obtained the personal details of 18,000 users on Wednesday.
Two further games companies have become embroiled in the hacking epidemic.
The Xbox Live Marketplace was inoperable for a brief period last night, though Microsoft has insisted that the problems were not due to any kind of hack or intrusion.
Publisher Square Enix has confirmed that a number of its websites have been infiltrated by a group of unnamed hackers.
Games developer Sony Online Entertainment has confirmed it was attacked by hackers as part of last month's PSN hack and that user data has possibly been compromised.