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The Ubisoft servers were shut down by the company’s parent company, Vivendi Games, in response to a security breach.
The hack revealed sensitive information about the online gaming company, including its sales data, the email addresses and passwords of hundreds of thousands of its customers.
According to Wired, the hack was discovered on February 18th and was discovered in an email from Ubisoft’s general counsel to Vivendi CEO Victor Martinez.
The email was sent to the company and the email address was changed to an unencrypted one.
As a result, hackers were able to gain access to the Ubisoft database, which includes personal data like email addresses, credit card numbers, and other personal details of its users.
This is the second time that Ubisoft has experienced a breach of this nature, following a similar breach in 2015.
Last year, the company reported a breach in which it lost access to its databases containing data related to the sale of virtual items.
However, it has since recovered the information and is using it to improve its security practices.
In the past, Ubisoft has been known to hire hackers to steal data from its servers.
In 2014, Ubisoft’s internal security was breached by a hacker known as “Hacker” who stole passwords, credit cards, and account details.
The hackers then used the information to launch a new, more targeted attack.
In May 2015, a hacker called “The King” stole the personal information of 1.3 million people from Ubisoft, including email addresses.
In January 2016, another hacker called ‘The King’ gained access to data of nearly 1.4 million people, including credit card details.
In November 2016, “The Prince” and “The Black Prince” breached Ubisoft servers and stole personal data from about a third of its user base.
In February 2017, hackers stole the names, email addresses of over 600,000 people.