has become the latest in a long string of MMO studio security breaches this year, as the company reported an intrusion
into its customer database. At risk of compromise were customers' user names, passwords, birthdates, email and billing addresses, and partial credit card info. However, the company states that "there is no evidence" that full credit card numbers were stolen at this time.
In a message posted on the Trion Worlds website, the company promises that it is both researching the intrusion and taking steps to increase security. As part of this, all RIFT
players will be asked to change passwords and security questions, and their mobile authenticators will need to be reconnected.
The company urges customers to watch their bank statements for questionable activity, and provides customers with resources to get a free credit report and putting a freeze on credit reports.
To compensate customers for the issue, Trion is providing all RIFT
players with three extra days of gaming time and a Moneybags' Purse that increases all money looted by 10% in-game.
[Thanks to everyone who sent this in!]