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Submitted by CaptainCamper 559d ago | news

The War Z Developers Investigate Hacking Of Forums & Database

The War Z has been surrounded by controversy since its release but this time it’s not about stolen features, bugged mechanics or copyright issues. The company were recently a target of a hacking campaign that shed light on the inadequacies of the games security structure. Below is the email sent out from the developers, attempting to convince players that there was no serious data stolen. (PC, The War Z)

kefkah  +   559d ago
This game and the company behind it are nothing but a modern day equivalent of the Flying Dutchman.
Godmars290  +   559d ago
Carpetbagger you mean. Con men.

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