Square Enix have released an official response to earlier reports that thousands of users' details had been stolen in an attack on their Eidos and Deus Ex: Human Revolution websites. They confirm that 25,000 email addresses have been stolen, but add that these were not linked to any personal information. They also say that the sites in question contained no credit card information, though 350 resumes have been stolen. You can read their full statement below.
The Deus Ex site and Eidos.com were defaced and taken down yesterday when a splinter group of the hacker organisation Anonymous broke through Square Enix security to steal the personal data of more than 80,000 registered users.
According to IRC chat logs of the hackers' conversations unearthed by Krebs On Security, they plan to release the information on file sharing networks, and are recorded discussing whether to release the "src" as well. It's unclear whether they mean the website source code, or that of one of Eidos' games.