Data for 6 Million Minecraft Gamers Stolen from Servers

Catalin Cimpanu reports:

Data breach index service LeakedSource has told Softpedia that it has received the full database and source of, 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

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.

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  1. Jordana Ari - August 18, 2016

    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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