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Go to http://logitechg.com and use code INSIDE for 10% off select Logitech G products today! Some concerning reports and message board forms are implying that Activision might have experienced a large scale security breach. Specifically, frequent players of Call of Duty have come out to say that they believe their accounts were compromised. Certainly file this one in the rumor category for now as Activision has officially stated reports about Activision Call of Duty accounts being compromised are “not accurate.” However, a large amount of posts and tweets from people who claim to have been compromised have been seen across the internet and it would certainly indicate that something is off. This speculation doesn’t come at a great time for Activision who is ramping up to market the all new Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War coming out this fall. Of course there will be versions of Cold War for the next gen consoles Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and the PS5 but as of right now Activision doesn’t offer two-factor authentication and that maybe enough to scare off a few potential new adopters. So stick around, fire up your sickest battlestations, and get ready to hack into all of this and more on today’s edition of Inside Gaming Daily! Listen to our podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/IGPodcast Or buy our shirt! https://is.gd/u3xCtA OR follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/Charalanahzard https://twitter.com/HandsomeMaster2 http://twitter.com/mc_lotta http://twitter.com/briangaar https://twitter.com/doplextv http://twitter.com/InsideGaming SOURCES [Dexerto] Activision dismisses claims of data breach compromising 500k CoD accounts https://bit.ly/2FX2FJI [Twitter] @Okami13_ https://bit.ly/3mODf1x [Twitter] @TheGamingRevo3 https://bit.ly/3cr9fEj [Twitter] @ATVIAssist https://bit.ly/2ROsDlc [Reddit] Account hacked, email changed, what can I do? https://bit.ly/361j4rq [Reddit] My account was hacked and linked to someone else’s PS4 https://bit.ly/3jaht6t [Reddit] Activision account was hacked. I lost everything. https://bit.ly/35Xvtwt [ResetERA] Major Activision hack reportedly compromises over 500k Call of Duty accounts [UP: Activision denies breach] https://bit.ly/2FUFS19 [Twitter] @Agony https://bit.ly/3iXRbUO [Twitter] @xoniroth https://bit.ly/2ZXpOTl [Activision Support] Friend account got Hacked https://bit.ly/3kIMOgU [CNN] Nintendo said a total of 300,000 accounts have been hacked https://cnn.it/2RQIcsH [Polygon] Epic hit with class-action suit over hacked Fortnite accounts https://bit.ly/362FEju [Eurogamer] Five years ago today, Sony admitted the great PSN hack https://bit.ly/3kHr3xJInside Gaming YouTube Channel
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