That's missing the point. Sure, maybe this time they "fixed" whatever the cause was. But given the history of issues, it's rather likely to happen again. For a disgruntled former player to be able to erase a server's database (or for any external user to even have the ability to potentially access it) is a majorsecurity lapse. It's basic intrusion prevention. If simple things like that aren't blocked off, how can someone trust that there aren't still a number of other vectors yet to be discovered? Never mind the fact that a player was behind the latest breach. That implies lax security policies in general, not just regarding the technical aspect.