National Lottery: 10 million players told to change passwords as attackers hit online accounts

Millions of National Lottery players have been urged to change their passwords following what parent company Camelot describes as “suspicious activity” involving lottery accounts.

Camelot, which runs the National Lottery, insists there’s been no access to core systems or databases that would affect lottery draws or prizes, but has recommended that its 10.5 million registered users change their passwords following a number of unauthorised logins.

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Source: ZDNet