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- from a LifeLock "data breach" email alert received today Approximately 200 million Words with Friends and Draw Something accounts reportedly accessed. What Happened? On September 12, 2019, Zynga Inc., an online interactive gaming company, announced they’d recently discovered that certain player account information may have been illegally accessed by outside hackers. Although Zynga has not yet addressed the scope, media reports indicate that the hacker claims to have breached the data of more than 200 million players of Zynga games, including Draw Something and Words with Friends accounts on both Android and iOS platforms. Players who installed and signed up to play Words with Friends before September 3, 2019 may be affected. It has been reported that Words with Friends player data that has potentially been compromised includes: Name Email addresses Login IDs Hashed and salted passwords Phone numbers, where provided Password reset tokens, if one had ever been requested Facebook IDs, if connected to the social media platform Zynga account IDs Zynga has opened an investigation into the breach and has contacted law enforcement. A press release was sent out here that states some of the details as well as the steps the company is taking to protect these users’ accounts from invalid logins. #LifeLock #Zynga #databreach #WordsWithFriends #DrawSomething
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More from The Strike!

- from a LifeLock "data breach" email alert received today Approximately 200 million Words with Friends and Draw Something accounts reportedly accessed. What Happened? On September 12, 2019, Zynga Inc., an online interactive gaming company, announced they’d recently discovered that certain player account information may have been illegally accessed by outside hackers. Although Zynga has not yet addressed the scope, media reports indicate that the hacker claims to have breached the data of more than 200 million players of Zynga games, including Draw Something and Words with Friends accounts on both Android and iOS platforms. Players who installed and signed up to play Words with Friends before September 3, 2019 may be affected. It has been reported that Words with Friends player data that has potentially been compromised includes: Name Email addresses Login IDs Hashed and salted passwords Phone numbers, where provided Password reset tokens, if one had ever been requested Facebook IDs, if connected to the social media platform Zynga account IDs Zynga has opened an investigation into the breach and has contacted law enforcement. A press release was sent out here that states some of the details as well as the steps the company is taking to protect these users’ accounts from invalid logins. #LifeLock #Zynga #databreach #WordsWithFriends #DrawSomething
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