UFC Fight Pass Possibly Hacked
There’s a chance that the UFC’s digital network known as ‘UFC Fight Pass’ was hacked over the holidays, with members personal information being compromised.
Anonymous Globo – who seems to be a part of the official Hacktivist Group – made the claims on December 26th that they had hacked many companies website’s – which included Sony’s PlayStation network, Walmart, EA video games, UFC TV (UFC Fight Pass) and more.
Many UFC Fight Pass subscribers have been waiting on the UFC to address and make a comment on this issue, which has not happened as of yet. If you’re a UFC Fight Pass subscriber, the best thing you can do is play it safe and change your password for the digital network, along with any other emails or accounts you have connected to it.
If this is all true, it wouldn’t be the first time Anonymous has made the UFC a target. Back in January of 2012, UFC president Dana White publicly supported the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) bill, introduced by U.S. Representative Lamar S. Smith, that would have allowed the government to have more control over the internet.
Anonymous went an a massive hacking spree of any companies or individuals who supported the bill, including the UFC’s official website.