There's been another big data breach, and this time, the personal information of around seven million users was exposed.
The latest Minecraft scare - not coming from a creeper or enderman - has been brought to our attention via security researcher Troy Hunt.
He revealed on Twitter that more than 7 million members of the "Lifeboat" Minecraft community - a separate Minecraft fan site that hosts multiplayer interactions - were exposed in a data breach, including email addresses, passwords and usernames.
To make matters worse, Hunt points out that nobody has made this breach known - not even Lifeboat itself, despite knowing about the breach since January. However, a Lifeboat spokesman says the company has "quietly prompted password resets."
— Have I been pwned? (@haveibeenpwned) April 26, 2016
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