Upvote Upvoted 14 Downvote Downvoted
1 2
ESEA Database Breached
1
#1
0 Frags +

Haven't seen this posted here yet, but ESEA has had a security breach.

Original notice: https://play.esea.net/index.php?s=news&d=comments&id=14932

Latest update: https://twitter.com/ESEA/status/817936212354797568

Haven't seen this posted here yet, but ESEA has had a security breach.

Original notice: https://play.esea.net/index.php?s=news&d=comments&id=14932

Latest update: https://twitter.com/ESEA/status/817936212354797568
2
#2
6 Frags +

So should I not continue to allow sees to charge me monthly for that 6$ fee that I've been too lazy to turn off?

So should I not continue to allow sees to charge me monthly for that 6$ fee that I've been too lazy to turn off?
3
#3
9 Frags +

According to tweets here: https://twitter.com/BigSecurityNews/status/817927735549034497 it seems like all user information, phone numbers, etc. was leaked. Not sure about cc or payment info. seems to be a negative on that one

According to tweets here: https://twitter.com/BigSecurityNews/status/817927735549034497 it seems like all user information, phone numbers, etc. was leaked. [s]Not sure about cc or payment info.[/s] seems to be a negative on that one
4
#4
9 Frags +

Do people actually put personal information on esea? All I did was put fake info and pay via PayPal :/

Do people actually put personal information on esea? All I did was put fake info and pay via PayPal :/
5
#5
7 Frags +

if i recall if youve ever won anything, they ask you to fill out a personal id sheet which asks for ss# address etc

if i recall if youve ever won anything, they ask you to fill out a personal id sheet which asks for ss# address etc
6
#6
6 Frags +
unfif i recall if youve ever won anything, they ask you to fill out a personal id sheet which asks for ss# address etc

This. Let's hope the means through which they store those details are very, very separate from what was compromised (which for the most part seems like account-related details such as password, security question, and so on).

[quote=unf]if i recall if youve ever won anything, they ask you to fill out a personal id sheet which asks for ss# address etc[/quote]

This. Let's hope the means through which they store those details are very, very separate from what was compromised (which for the most part seems like account-related details such as password, security question, and so on).
7
#7
20 Frags +

1:14 AM - winkyface: also ive won shit from esea before
1:14 AM - winkyface: did all those details get leaked too
1:14 AM - winkyface: like my ss#?
1:15 AM - tri: as far as i know no
1:15 AM - tri: only account info was possibly leaked
1:15 AM - winkyface: i assume esea handles the more sensitive information differently than just account information
1:16 AM - tri: yeah

1:14 AM - winkyface: also ive won shit from esea before
1:14 AM - winkyface: did all those details get leaked too
1:14 AM - winkyface: like my ss#?
1:15 AM - tri: as far as i know no
1:15 AM - tri: only account info was possibly leaked
1:15 AM - winkyface: i assume esea handles the more sensitive information differently than just account information
1:16 AM - tri: yeah
8
#8
3 Frags +
Vandunfif i recall if youve ever won anything, they ask you to fill out a personal id sheet which asks for ss# address etc
This. Let's hope the means through which they store those details are very, very separate from what was compromised (which for the most part seems like account-related details such as password, security question, and so on).

Unless esea stores in plaintext, passwords should be fine unless they're weak.

[quote=Vand][quote=unf]if i recall if youve ever won anything, they ask you to fill out a personal id sheet which asks for ss# address etc[/quote]

This. Let's hope the means through which they store those details are very, very separate from what was compromised (which for the most part seems like account-related details such as password, security question, and so on).[/quote]
Unless esea stores in plaintext, passwords should be fine unless they're weak.
9
#9
2 Frags +
EasyEVandunfif i recall if youve ever won anything, they ask you to fill out a personal id sheet which asks for ss# address etc
This. Let's hope the means through which they store those details are very, very separate from what was compromised (which for the most part seems like account-related details such as password, security question, and so on).
Unless esea stores in plaintext, passwords should be fine unless they're weak.

A number of common hashes are basically shit these days as well, and it's an old enough system to use something like md5

[quote=EasyE][quote=Vand][quote=unf]if i recall if youve ever won anything, they ask you to fill out a personal id sheet which asks for ss# address etc[/quote]

This. Let's hope the means through which they store those details are very, very separate from what was compromised (which for the most part seems like account-related details such as password, security question, and so on).[/quote]
Unless esea stores in plaintext, passwords should be fine unless they're weak.[/quote]
A number of common hashes are basically shit these days as well, and it's an old enough system to use something like md5
10
#10
20 Frags +

now i have to change my password from pootismeister to something else

now i have to change my password from pootismeister to something else
11
#11
3 Frags +

But wait didn't someone on twitter was like offering to check people's alias? they were coming back with phone numbers, names, and addresses. Granted, not very hard to do if you have a name but it was all through an alias i.e. From esea.

But wait didn't someone on twitter was like offering to check people's alias? they were coming back with phone numbers, names, and addresses. Granted, not very hard to do if you have a name but it was all through an alias i.e. From esea.
12
#12
7 Frags +

rats looks like mgibsucks123 is going to have to be changed to a more secure password >:(

rats looks like mgibsucks123 is going to have to be changed to a more secure password >:(
13
#13
8 Frags +

https://www.leakedsource.com

you can see if your account was breached here

https://www.leakedsource.com

you can see if your account was breached here
14
#14
10 Frags +

yup, ive been bamboozled

yup, ive been bamboozled
15
#15
9 Frags +
unfyup, ive been bamboozled
[quote=unf]yup, ive been bamboozled[/quote]
16
#16
4 Frags +
solahttps://www.leakedsource.com

you can see if your account was breached here

woah thats interesting I looked up my name on that site and this came up

"Esea.net has: 1 result(s) found. This data was hacked on approximately 2016-12-26 register_date, City, State/Province, last_login, username, firstname, lastname, hash, email, birthday, zip_code, Phone number, Website, SteamID, PSN_ID, XboxID"

[quote=sola]https://www.leakedsource.com

you can see if your account was breached here[/quote]

woah thats interesting I looked up my name on that site and this came up

"Esea.net has: 1 result(s) found. This data was hacked on approximately 2016-12-26 register_date, City, State/Province, last_login, username, firstname, lastname, hash, email, birthday, zip_code, Phone number, Website, SteamID, PSN_ID, XboxID"
17
#17
4 Frags +
CheesyMacgyver register_date, City, State/Province, last_login, username, firstname, lastname, hash, email, birthday, zip_code, Phone number, Website, SteamID, PSN_ID, XboxID"

Isn't everything listed info that's publicly available by going to your esea page?

[quote=CheesyMacgyver] register_date, City, State/Province, last_login, username, firstname, lastname, hash, email, birthday, zip_code, Phone number, Website, SteamID, PSN_ID, XboxID"[/quote]

Isn't everything listed info that's publicly available by going to your esea page?
18
#18
-2 Frags +

yea i never put my psn online and i dont have an xbox so.....

yea i never put my psn online and i dont have an xbox so.....
19
#19
3 Frags +

If you have shit pws just change them. Also, it may be a good idea to send a steam support ticket and ask them to void all esea purchases because if someone gets into ur esea acct they can see the purchase ids and impersonate you.

If you have shit pws just change them. Also, it may be a good idea to send a steam support ticket and ask them to void all esea purchases because if someone gets into ur esea acct they can see the purchase ids and impersonate you.
20
#20
3 Frags +
solahttps://www.leakedsource.com

you can see if your account was breached here

http://imgur.com/a/agam6

Damn, they got me.

[quote=sola]https://www.leakedsource.com

you can see if your account was breached here[/quote]

http://imgur.com/a/agam6

Damn, they got me.
21
#21
0 Frags +
MikeMatCheesyMacgyver register_date, City, State/Province, last_login, username, firstname, lastname, hash, email, birthday, zip_code, Phone number, Website, SteamID, PSN_ID, XboxID"
Isn't everything listed info that's publicly available by going to your esea page?

not email, zip code, and phone number

[quote=MikeMat][quote=CheesyMacgyver] register_date, City, State/Province, last_login, username, firstname, lastname, hash, email, birthday, zip_code, Phone number, Website, SteamID, PSN_ID, XboxID"[/quote]

Isn't everything listed info that's publicly available by going to your esea page?[/quote]

not email, zip code, and phone number
22
#22
1 Frags +
Cornpop16solahttps://www.leakedsource.com

you can see if your account was breached here

http://imgur.com/a/agam6

Damn, they got me.

no reason to blank out the other results my friend

take pride in searching for true love

[quote=Cornpop16][quote=sola]https://www.leakedsource.com

you can see if your account was breached here[/quote]

http://imgur.com/a/agam6

Damn, they got me.[/quote]


no reason to blank out the other results my friend

take pride in searching for true love
23
#23
3 Frags +
fade-MikeMatCheesyMacgyver register_date, City, State/Province, last_login, username, firstname, lastname, hash, email, birthday, zip_code, Phone number, Website, SteamID, PSN_ID, XboxID"
Isn't everything listed info that's publicly available by going to your esea page?

not email, zip code, and phone number

I don't think a lot of people put their real zip code or phone number on their ESEA profile, but email address is definitely out there.

[quote=fade-][quote=MikeMat][quote=CheesyMacgyver] register_date, City, State/Province, last_login, username, firstname, lastname, hash, email, birthday, zip_code, Phone number, Website, SteamID, PSN_ID, XboxID"[/quote]

Isn't everything listed info that's publicly available by going to your esea page?[/quote]

not email, zip code, and phone number[/quote]

I don't think a lot of people put their real zip code or phone number on their ESEA profile, but email address is definitely out there.
24
#24
4 Frags +

Didn't esea just start using HTTPS and ddos protection like last year lmao surprised it took this long

Didn't esea just start using HTTPS and ddos protection like last year lmao surprised it took this long
25
#25
6 Frags +

i didn't even know my own password before this

i didn't even know my own password before this
26
#26
4 Frags +
unfCornpop16solahttps://www.leakedsource.com

you can see if your account was breached here

http://imgur.com/a/agam6

Damn, they got me.

no reason to blank out the other results my friend

take pride in searching for true love

Most of the other results are dating sites I've never been on. Further googling reveals it to be a 35 year old woman who uses the same name as I do. I hope she found someone :)

[quote=unf][quote=Cornpop16][quote=sola]https://www.leakedsource.com

you can see if your account was breached here[/quote]

http://imgur.com/a/agam6

Damn, they got me.[/quote]


no reason to blank out the other results my friend

take pride in searching for true love[/quote]

Most of the other results are dating sites I've never been on. Further googling reveals it to be a 35 year old woman who uses the same name as I do. I hope she found someone :)
27
#27
4 Frags +

If your data is on LeakedSource, you can remove it here:

https://www.leakedsource.com/main/removal

If your data is on LeakedSource, you can remove it here:

https://www.leakedsource.com/main/removal
28
#28
0 Frags +

No clue on what you actually search on leaked source. I got nothing when I entered in esea or my username / name.

No clue on what you actually search on leaked source. I got nothing when I entered in esea or my username / name.
29
#29
0 Frags +
ShdSteelNo clue on what you actually search on leaked source. I got nothing when I entered in esea or my username / name.

Set the search type to email and put in your email address in the search term

[quote=ShdSteel]No clue on what you actually search on leaked source. I got nothing when I entered in esea or my username / name.[/quote]

Set the search type to email and put in your email address in the search term
30
#30
2 Frags +

email i hate snivy

email i hate snivy
1 2
Please sign in through STEAM to post a comment.