Hackers of Neopets attack have access to the personal account information of more than 69 million users and a large portion of the site’s source code and are willing to sell the data for a fee.
The website has attracted unwanted attention since it started identifying with NFTs. As the business looks into a data breach where it is considered that hackers stole client data off its servers, things might have gotten worse. It claims that stolen data may impact the platform’s usernames and passwords. Nevertheless, it is supposedly done via auctioning out email addresses, Neopets users’ ages, genders, nationalities, and even IP addresses.
Source: pcgamer.com, Ziroh Alert (#ZirohAlert)