Except the information on about how many accounts have been compromised, nothing new in that "news". As one of those concerned i never trusted gamigos own press releases and decided very early to go for several password changes.
One of the sites that reroll these "news" clearly shows what triggered this old storys revival: a new press release from gamigo, saying that after another verification of some sort after that site claimed to have the complete stolen data "nothing new" could be found.
Concerned players knew from the start, that they could not trust the (quite delayed - up to three weeks after the incident) warnings, had to change their passwords and that nothing in the databases stolen really was encrypted better than with MD5 in contradiction to what gamigo promised after the big hacker attack that messed up la lot of ingame accounts one year before.
Startup problems of the new gamigo account system which made it impossible to actually change your password again (first by software bug then by unavailability because every gamigo player tried to login) after a total automated pw change was also not so funny then.
So not really "news". Been there, wasnīt fun at all, not so nice to be remembered, but still nothing new.
Anyone else to exhume older history ?
I will be very polite and not say if i believe anyone will have learned from incidents like that - and thatīs not adressed to players.