#1 - Dec. 15, 2010, 2:25 a.m.
If you've received an email from Blizzard Entertainment requesting a password reset as a result of the Gawker Media compromise, clicking on the Account Management link included in the email's body will allow you to choose a new password. You can also log in to Battle.net Account Management directly by visiting https://us.battle.net/account/management to reset your password on your own. If you're unable to confirm that the email is legitimate* or prefer not to follow email hyperlinks, this may be best option for you.
If you used your Battle.net email address to sign up with any of the Gawker Media sites listed above (for example, to post comments), we also recommend that you update your Battle.net email address as soon as possible via Account Management. If you are unable to complete this step or the password reset and believe your account might be compromised, please contact our customer support staff by using the Account Recovery Form ( https://us.battle.net/account/support/account-recovery.html ) and be sure to check out our Account Security Awareness guide ( http://us.battle.net/en/security/ ) for additional security tips and suggestions.
For more information about this situation, please visit Gawker Media's official announcement ( http://gawker.com/5713056/gawker-security-breach-were-here-to-help ) or Lifehacker’s comprehensive FAQ ( http://lifehacker.com/5712785/faq-compromised-commenting-accounts-on-gawker-media ).
* To verify that an email has been sent by Blizzard Entertainment, please check the email's header information and hyperlink destinations: http://us.blizzard.com/support/article/25133