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We recently became aware of suspicious activity relating to some of Crytek’s websites, and acted quickly to take those websites offline for security reasons.

The sites listed below are currently offline:

Crytek.com
Mycryengine.com
Crydev.net
MyCrysis.com

The following Crytek sites remain online and are not affected by these issues:

GFACE.com
Crysis.com
Warface.com

If you have an account at crydev.net or mycrysis.com, you will be asked to change your password next time you log in. If you use your current password anywhere else online, we would also suggest that you reset it at those sites.

We are working on getting all websites fully operational again as soon as possible. Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience.

The Crytek Team

Source: http://techverse.net/crytek-websites-compromised-sites-due-security-breach/
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All this random hacking is getting out of hand man...
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blinksmiley.gif crytek? ppl having nothing to do more than hack websites and the funny part they never get caught.
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I got this email from Crytek the other day but I don't have any of my info on there site I'd have to worry about.
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i think these companies that getting hacked should be fined or sued. it's their responsibility to keep our data safe.
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i think these companies that getting hacked should be fined or sued. it's their responsibility to keep our data safe.

Website hacking/DDoS/etc. is a cat and mouse game, so nope.
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That sucks for them.. what's the point in going after Crytek?
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i think these companies that getting hacked should be fined or sued. it's their responsibility to keep our data safe.
That's overkill if the sites are just forums/etc. If they have billing info (cc, address, etc) that isn't secured, then yes. If you're using the same password on multiple sites you aren't keeping yourself safe.
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i think these companies that getting hacked should be fined or sued. it's their responsibility to keep our data safe.

Believing that someone or something should be held responsible every time a hacker finds a way in is like fining a bank for a bank robbery.
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That sucks for them.. what's the point in going after Crytek?

Generally what I have found to be the case in situations such as this, is that it tends to be a couple different but specific motives. One scenario being a couple of die-hard Crytek haters that have nothing better to do than to hack into Crytek properties just to say that they did.

Or another more sinister scenario, was to break into the Crytek networks in order to obtain vital and sensitive data regarding various third party entities as well as individual member records. Crytek is a generally large company with tons of user data and information. Unfortunately for the general populace though, we won't actually know the full extent of the damage that was done because the temp page that Crytek put up is rather vague. Nothing has been made official other than to announce that there HAS indeed been suspicious activity within secured networks, and that they are determining the situation. At this point it's really a stand-by type waiting game for all of us on the outside.

The problem with data theft is that whatever was stolen is still there and hasn't been physically moved or stolen, so it should go without saying that this won't be as cut and dry.
Edited by xH2L - 8/4/13 at 12:47am
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