Konami has confirmed that data from scores of Pro Evolution Soccer players has been leaked online. Konami confirms that over 35,000 unauthorised logins from almost four million attempts to the Konami ID portal, which is used by players of the football game. Sensitve data such as peoples names, addresses, dates of birth, telephone numbers and email addresses have been accessed by the hackers and its more than likely that the personal data has been stolen during the hack attempts. Konami claims to have tightened up its security now ( too late maybe ) but they recommend that all users change their passwords. We at XPG suggest that even if you didnt receive an email from Konami , go change your passwords anyway. This is the most recent in a spate of attacks, Arma and DayZ developers website was recently hacked and also Club Nintendo were also hacked. Ubisoft have also fallen foul of the hackers when they too suffered a similar security breach when its online database was compromised.