Luckily, I am not an active Nuffnanger and my account at Nuffnang did not affected by the series of hacking by Gaysec. Below is an announcement by Nuffnang team. It seems that everything is ok now.
1. Your password is safe.As part of the existing security measures, all user passwords in our database have always been protected with one-way encryption. Nevertheless, we still encourage you to change your password (especially if you use the same password for other sites) as a precautionary measure in case the hackers are able to get past the encryption.2. Blog earnings and payment records are not affected.Current earnings and payment history for all users are safe and were not compromised in any way.3. Loading of blogs serving Nuffnang ads is not affected.At 1.00 am last night, our Tech team took down the website for maintenance and for a few hours, ads were not served. This morning though, everything is up and running again and back to normal. All blogs serving Nuffnang ads loaded as usual and were not affected by the breach.This security lapse is an isolated incident, as the security of our sites has always been and always will be our utmost priority. It has however opened our eyes on some vulnerabilities we had on our website. In response to that, we will be taking measures to further heighten the security of the Nuffnang framework because from what we understand, that was after all the motivation of the hackers – not to cause any permanent damage, but to highlight vulnerabilities in a system.