Neoseeker : News : Ubisoft account system hacked, user names, email addresses and encrypted passwords accessed
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S-I-E Jul 2, 13
well damn there went my email address again :/
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RabidChinaGirl Jul 2, 13
As I recall, this happened earlier this year to Uplay, didn't it?
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BlackScythe Jul 2, 13
I really wish they would put harsher penalties on these internet criminals. Like the death penalty or something.
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S-I-E Jul 2, 13
quote BlackScythe
I really wish they would put harsher penalties on these internet criminals. Like the death penalty or something.
i beg to differ. copyright infringement is a criminal offense too 0_0
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Andy3639 Jul 2, 13
HAXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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uxnhoj123 Jul 2, 13
After a weekend of not being able to activate a game on their site and later dealing with their horrible online DRM and cloud game saving, they give me yet another reason to hate Uplay.
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Animatrix Jul 3, 13
What in the hell are they going to gain by attacking UPlay?
Amateur hackers lol
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Duncan Idaho Jul 3, 13
quote BlackScythe
I really wish they would put harsher penalties on these internet criminals. Like the death penalty or something.
*facepalm* death penalty and similar "harsh" punishments are know to have the opposite effect, it only makes more people want to hack and steal more.
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RaidenXS Jul 4, 13
quote Duncan Idaho
quote BlackScythe
I really wish they would put harsher penalties on these internet criminals. Like the death penalty or something.
*facepalm* death penalty and similar "harsh" punishments are know to have the opposite effect, it only makes more people want to hack and steal more.
what do you suggest as a form of deterrent?
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S-I-E Jul 4, 13
quote RaidenXS
quote Duncan Idaho
quote BlackScythe
I really wish they would put harsher penalties on these internet criminals. Like the death penalty or something.
*facepalm* death penalty and similar "harsh" punishments are know to have the opposite effect, it only makes more people want to hack and steal more.
what do you suggest as a form of deterrent?
death by snu snu.

you give something, you take something.
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Duncan Idaho Jul 4, 13
quote RaidenXS
what do you suggest as a form of deterrent?
A mine field as a website, as soon you hack it make it dl a virus that secure formats the hard drive, a secureley formated hard drive while it isnt turned un unusable it means that you cannot recover any data from it, effectivley losing what you worked to steal.
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Iceguy2003 Jul 4, 13
quote Duncan Idaho
quote RaidenXS
what do you suggest as a form of deterrent?
A mine field as a website, as soon you hack it make it dl a virus that secure formats the hard drive, a secureley formated hard drive while it isnt turned un unusable it means that you cannot recover any data from it, effectivley losing what you worked to steal.
Wouldn't that be a scary system to hack?
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Andy3639 Jul 4, 13
Quantum encryptions would halt them for a while but there not stupid
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Duncan Idaho Jul 5, 13
quote Iceguy2003
quote Duncan Idaho
quote RaidenXS
what do you suggest as a form of deterrent?
A mine field as a website, as soon you hack it make it dl a virus that secure formats the hard drive, a secureley formated hard drive while it isnt turned un unusable it means that you cannot recover any data from it, effectivley losing what you worked to steal.
Wouldn't that be a scary system to hack?

My point, after a couple of tries of losing your data they will learn their lesson, Panda AV did that same thing on the first revs if you tired to crack it or use a keygen it would proceed to secure format your PC as a punishment
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