Reset Those War Thunder Leak Clocks Again

It’s happened again.

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Reset Your Clocks On War Thunder Leaks

It’s happened again.

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FYI: Rose Online Has Already Been Hacked

Usernames and partial passwords leaked.

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War Thunder Player Leaks More Military Docs

I love the internet.

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War Thunder Sent Leaked Military Docs, Again

Warns the community to stop doing that.

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War Thunder Devs Sent Classified Military Docs

Claim they won’t use it to develop War Thunder.

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Counter Strike and Team Fortress 2 Source Code Leaked

Valve are (hopefully) looking into it.

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[NM] Entertainment Software Association Leaks Spreadsheet of Journalist Personal Data

Today’s news comes to us from the world of high negligence. The Entertainment Software Association is currently making its way back up poop creek without a paddle as the news broke just a few days ago that a list of over two thousand content creators and journalists had been leaked via the ESA’s website. According to Youtube creator Sophia Narwitz, who broke the story, the list has been up for some time and contains the names of those invited to E3 2019.

MMO Fallout was able to get its hands on a copy of the list and confirmed that it contains names, titles, email addresses, physical addresses, and phone numbers of various journalists and Youtube content creators. While many of the journalist information is pointing to business/office addresses, a large portion of the list clearly includes home addresses down to the apartment number, and private phone numbers.

Presumably most of those on the list are aware that their information is now public on the internet, or will be shortly.

Steam Leak Reveals New Games, DLC


A recent leak from the Steam Helpdesk has resulted in the outing of games and DLC packages coming to Steam. The list is massive and includes numerous test apps not meant to be viewed by the public. It makes references to games that we know are coming out (Rise of the Tomb Raider, Dark Souls III, etc) with some surprises (Final Fantasy X/X2, Danganronpa), VR games, and movies (Sin City, Clerks, etc).

The leak supposedly originates from Steam’s recent move to allow games to be permanently removed from accounts. A hole in the process has allowed all previously unknown sub names becoming publicly available.

How reliable this list is in unknown, as it not only includes a new DLC pack for Alganon but also shows The Missing Ink, an MMO that went down nearly two years ago for “upgrades” and hasn’t been heard from since. We do know that the list was hit with a DMCA takedown notice shortly after appearing online, hence the mirror link to Pastebin. Also be aware that listings for games like Half Life 3 could very well be third party developers having a joke.

(Source: Pastebin)

341830 = Aika Online
350681 = Alganon – DLC2
344020 = Block N Load: Developer DLC
345450 = Star Sonata 2 – 1 Month Subscription
345451 = Star Sonata 2 – 3 Month Subscription
345452 = Star Sonata 2 – 6 Month Subscription
345453 = Star Sonata 2 – Annual Subscription
345454 = Star Sonata 2 – SPEX
345455 = Star Sonata 2 – 20 Space Points
345456 = Star Sonata 2 – 40 Space Points
345457 = Star Sonata 2 – 60 Space Points
345510 = Vindictus: Free Steam Package
353150 = The Missing Ink
353880 = Vendetta Online



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