Just as CPPS security is being questioned among many private servers, another database breach occurs. This time, occurring on the popular CPPS in beta testing – ultraPenguin. This occurred approximately an hour ago – 3:53 PM EST.
An individual by the name of Trix sent ultraPenguin’s database contents which include 10-16 usernames, passwords, and emails.
Below is a screenshot of the ultraPenguin database:
We have also received an official statement from George, ultraPenguin’s owner.
Please stay safe and never use the same password twice. SpeedyCPPSHQ strongly advises every ultraPenguin user to change their passwords.