Anonymous hackers can break into NHL, NFL, NHL.com, NHL Network, and NHLPA security.
The hackers will take over servers.
And they can also steal passwords.
Here’s what you need to know.
Anonymous hackers could enter NHL servers and steal passwords, sources tell ESPNThe hackers could take over NHL, according to two people familiar with the matter.
The hackers, or hackers, could use a vulnerability in NHL Network servers, according one of the people.
The NHLPA said Friday it was monitoring the situation and that its security team is reviewing the breach.
It did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The league said it is investigating the situation.
“The NHL is aware of an incident involving an unauthorized access to an NHL network server and has begun the process of investigating it,” the league said in a statement.
The news comes after the league’s security team received an email Thursday that the hacker had obtained access to the networks of two other NHL teams, the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Dallas Stars. “
We will take appropriate action to address any concerns.”NHL Network was unavailable Friday.
The news comes after the league’s security team received an email Thursday that the hacker had obtained access to the networks of two other NHL teams, the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Dallas Stars.
In the email, a hacker claimed to have gained access to a password that was used for some of the team’s players.
The email also stated the hacker was able to gain access to NHL.org, an online ticketing service.
The email also said the hacker gained access by logging into an online account for one of two teams.
In a statement Friday, the league confirmed that the two teams’ systems were compromised.
“We are aware of the unauthorized access and have taken immediate action to mitigate the situation,” the statement said.
“While we are not able to comment further, we are monitoring the incident closely and working with our security team to ensure the integrity of our network.”
The hackers, who call themselves the LulzSec collective, are not connected to any other organized hacking group.
The Lulzsec group was founded in 2004, and it has had a presence on the Internet since 2004, according a report from security firm FireEye.
The organization’s primary goal is to release government-issued documents, according the report.
The group has been involved in a variety of online attacks and hacks, including the Stuxnet worm, which destroyed Iran’s nuclear program.
The attack on the St. Louis Blues and the Blackhawks last spring forced the team to relocate their games to the new arena in St. Paul.