World of Tanks accounts hacked

Users to get 300 World of Tanks in-game credits for resetting account password.

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The World of Tanks account servers have been hacked by unknown parties.

Wargaming urges all World of Tanks players to reset their account passwords.
Wargaming urges all World of Tanks players to reset their account passwords.

According to a statement, publisher Wargaming said that no financial information was accessed, but password hashes and email addresses may have been affected. The company urges all World of Tanks users to reset their Wargaming ID account password via the account management page.

Players who reset their password will get 300 units of World of Tanks' in-game credits. For more information on the game, check out GameSpot's coverage on the title.

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