Mortal online breach

Mortal online breach

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A few months ago, a lil nerd boi hacked into SV’s database and sold off account information, resulting in a major data breach. As a result, SV had to transfer their database to a more safe location and force password resets. As a consequence of the whole situation,
People want to brag about who’s accounts they bought or who’s accounts they messed with in the unofficial discord. Other than that, the only way for people to know if they’ve been fucked is if they can’t log in to their accounts, or if they can log in but all of their characters/items/etc are gone.
Mortal Online: Breach
Breach occurred on June 17, 2018.
The total number of accounts is 606,637.
Email addresses, names, passwords, physical addresses, and usernames were among the information stolen.
Mortal Online, a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), experienced a data breach in June 2018. Following that, a file containing 570k email addresses and broken passwords was made public online. Later, a larger, more full file with 607k email addresses, original unsalted MD5 password hashes, names, usernames, and physical addresses was given, and the HIBP breach was modified accordingly. Whitehat security researcher and data analyst name redacted> given the information to HIBP. ​

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Since it was leaked as a result of a data breach, account details for 569,703 players of the Mortal Online massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) has been sold online many times.
MD5 is a hashing function that is most often used as a checksum to ensure data integrity against unintentional corruption. With low processing power, it is vulnerable to collision attacks that take seconds to detect.
Adam Davies, a data analyst and security researcher, recently contributed the Mortal Online database to Troy Hunt’s Have I Been Pwned collection. Users may use Hunt’s website to see if their usernames have been compromised in data breaches if their data has been exposed online.
The database Troy Hunt got included email addresses and broken passwords, according to him. It’s unclear when the hashes were converted into the original tidbit of data, but given how simple MD5 is to crack, it’s fair to assume that the cracking happened shortly after the server breach.

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Following the hacking of Mortal Online, Star Vault advises users to double-check their accounts.

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If you still have an active Mortal Online account, you should seriously consider changing your password. A security compromise led to the loss of in-game properties and account status updates, according to a new article on the sandbox title’s forum. According to a Star Vault GM, the intrusion has been contained, and “additional protection is in place.”
Details on the breach are sparse, but Star Vault does state that a member of the GM staff’s account was compromised, and his information was used to carry out the aforementioned mischief.

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Doesn’t say anything about actual information being viewed? Originally posted by Tav: It simply states that you should change your password, which is a fairly common precaution. When creating an account, you have the *option* of including your real name, address, country, and other information (for some reason?). It’s not needed, but if you used that information while creating your account, it was also compromised. It’s pretty normal for SV not to say people important things like this. You can edit and delete the details from your account tab, but it has already been leaked.
>Kaos: Originally written by:
Tav’s original article was as follows:
Doesn’t say anything about displaying actual information? It clearly notes that you should change your password, which is a fairly common precaution. When creating an account, you have the *option* of including your real name, address, country, and other information (for some reason?). It’s not needed, but if you used that information while building your account, it was also compromised. It’s pretty normal for SV not to say people important things like this. You can edit and delete the details from your account tab, but it has already been leaked. Again, there is no indication that such information has been accessed, compromised, or leaked… all it means is that you should change your password, which is a common precaution in many situations. This page: https://account.mortalonline.com/breach.html just addresses the theft of forum passwords. So, in case everything is the same, it’s a good idea to update your account passwords.

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