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    Reminder: ESEA is the same company fined $1m for essentially installing malware into their client, allowing them to mine bitcoin for themselves on the app users' hardware. Quality company.

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    From ESEA's website

    All ESEA user account passwords are using bcrypt, an industry best practice for securing passwords.
    I'd really take that with a grain of salt, particularly if they used MD5 tokens http://cynosureprime.blogspot.co.nz/...of-ashley.html.

    TL;DR, I'd definitely take them up on their recommendation to change your password and if you've got the same pw on another site, change that too.

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    We take your security super seriously... oh.. wait.. itll cost 100k? **** em, they can change their passwords.

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    Did I miss the part where they warned the users about the intruder and told them to reset their passwords?

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    psyklone55 wrote:
    We take your security super seriously... oh.. wait.. itll cost 100k? **** em, they can change their passwords.
    It probably would have been released anyway tbh