After being shut down for over a month due to a devastating security breach, the PlayStation Network has been up and running since May 14th with no signs of future attacks, at least for Sony. Video Game Publisher, Sega, has published an announcement stating that personal data from over 1.3 million members of Sega’s online network, Sega Pass, were breached and is now in the hands of the hackers. Sega did confirm that user’s credit card information was not compromised, but names, birthdates, e-mail addresses and encrypted passwords were. Similar to the action Sony took, Sega has temporarily shut down Sega Pass to strengthen the security of their network and prevent similar attacks in the future. Sega is now a member of the coalition of gaming companies hacked recently including: Sony, Bethesda Softworks, Nintendo, and Square Enix.