Nintendo has revealed that an additional 140,000 Nintendo Network IDs were impacted by a sudden surge of third-parties attempting to gain access to accounts earlier this year.
In a statement on its Japanese support page, Nintendo said it had reset the passwords for all 140,000 impacted NNIDs and the Nintendo accounts connected with them, as well as contacted the account owners to inform them of the situation.
It added that less than 1% of all NNIDs worldwide may have been illegally logged in and had actual fraudulent transactions made, and that Nintendo was nearly finished refunding all impacted customers.
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