Bad news came from Blizzard ? Blizzard which released a statement at this very moment in which he reported that the Battle.net servers in the network has become the victim of an “attack of unauthorized and illegal”. The data stolen by hackers fortunately did not include sensitive information such as credit card numbers, real names and billing addresses, all of which have been safe.
Among the stolen data was found in the list of email addresses of users from all over the world except China (huh?), While for players who log on to the North American server – usually North America, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia – has gathered all answers to security questions and password to login, but it is stored encrypted, which makes them very difficult to decode.
Although the decryption is not something that is very easy and should be done on each individual password, Blizzard calls in any case all players who log on to the North American servers to change their password immediately to avoid unpleasantness.
In the same password is shared with other services (read Gmail, Apple ID, PayPal), is more than advisable to refresh up to 360 degrees on another account, for obvious reasons. Blizzard is currently working with local law enforcement and security experts to try to get to the source of the attack.