In the latest Diablo III forum update, Blizzard community manager "Nethaera" has detailed a number of important updates for the recently-released Diablo III.
The most significant update was the notification that there will be a patch for the game as early as next week, which Blizzard hope will "further address client issues and apply additional bug fixes."
Additionally, the real-money auction house which was supposed to launch shortly after release before being pushed back to late May has now been indefinitely delayed.
"As we mentioned in our original announcement, our goal has always been to ensure everyone has the smoothest experience possible when the real-money auction house launches, and we need a bit more time to iron out the existing general stability and gameplay issues before that feature goes live."
They also clarified their previous response regarding allegations of account hacking, stating "we want to make it clear that the Battle.net and Diablo III servers have not been compromised. In addition, the number of Diablo III players who've contacted customer service to report a potential compromise of their personal account has been extremely small."
According to Blizzard, the "Session spoofing" attacks reported last week are technically impossible, and using an Authenticator is still your best line of defence against having your account compromised.