Linden Lab Leaks Lifers' Info

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Linden Lab, the company behind the online space Second Life, reported that a security breach resulted in personally identifiable customer information. The problem was discovered on September 6, and may have leaked names and addresses of customers. Encrypted passwords and payment information were also leaked, but will be difficult to unencrypt. Credit card data was stored in a different location and is not known to have leaked. In an official bulletin, Linden Lab advises that users take precautions to protect their own personal data.

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