No, the witches haven’t taken over. And we’re not talking about bullets here. In fact, we’re not even talking about the actual town of Salem. We’re talking about the massive online game “Town of Salem” that’s played by nearly 8 million people worldwide. Last week the popular browser-based online version of the classic party game “Mafia,” was hacked and its users data was compromised. Though credit card information seems to be safe, user data such as email addresses, usernames and hashed passwords were among the hijacked information. The makers of the game will be doing “hard resets” and requiring all users to input new passwords, just to be safe. Um, we should hope so.
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