The personal details of thousands of people have been stolen after hackers targeted British games developer Codemasters. The firm described the data theft as "significant" saying names, addresses, phone numbers and dates of birth were all taken on 3 June. However, it said that payment details were not compromised. The latest security breach comes in the midst of a spate of hacker attacks, including several against Sony. Codemasters said it took the compromised website offline as "as soon as the intrusion was detected". Probe A subsequent investigation revealed that hackers managed to take the personal details of thousands of users, including names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and dates of birth, passwords, IP addresses, XBox gamer tags, and biographies. In an e-mail sent to some of its customers, the firm advised users to "change any passwords you have associated with other Codemasters accounts. "If you use the same login information for other sites, you should change that information too. "Furthermore, be extra cautious of potential scams, via email, phone, or post that ask you for personal or sensitive information." By now you should have a email in your Inbox, go and read it guy's this is urgent, i have most likely fallen victim to this myself as i cannot login to F1 2010 anymore.