Aug 182016
 

Catalin Cimpanu reports:

Data breach index service LeakedSource has told Softpedia that it has received the full database and source of Leet.cc, a service for creating and running Minecraft Pocket Edition servers.

According to a LeakedSource spokesperson, the database includes records for 6,084,276 users that have signed up with Leet.cc.

For each user, the data included a username, a hashed password, the registration and last login dates, and a user ID. For the vast majority of users, but not for all, there was also an email address associated with their account.

Read more on Softpedia.

  One Response to “Data for 6 Million Minecraft Gamers Stolen from Leet.cc Servers”

  1. A lot of kids under the age of 13 ( as young as 7 or 8 by the way) play Minecraft. I hope parents do their homework before giving their access to certain things

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