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Hackers revealed a cache of 13000 passwords and credit cards

Hackers have revealed a humongous cache of 13000 passwords and credit cards information and uploaded them in a text file in the file sharing site GhostBin. The information came from a tweet by a user named Anonymous who posted the tweets on Friday stating, ” A total of approximately 13k accounts. We did it for Lullz.” The larceny included credentials from famous gaming sites like XBox Live to online retailing site Amazon Walmart and mostly the adult sites. Not only did they hack the passwords of websites but also provided a link for the movie The Interview. It has been known that not all websites have been attacked directly. Malwares were installed in the sites which served their purpose. According to the Daily Dot, “Anonymous has no official leadership or centralized organizational structure; instead, it functions as a loose affiliation of computer hackers that join together in support of various causes, ranging from battles with the Church of Scientology to doxing members of the KKK.”

Hackers revealed a cache of 13000 passwords and credit cards

The websites which are claimed to be affected:

Amazon

Walmart

PlayStation Network

Xbox Live

Twitch.tv

Origin.com

Hulu Plus

Dell

Brazzers

lKnowThatGirl

Mofos

DigitalPlayground

Wicked

Twistys

Fantyasyhd

Puremature

Tiny4k

MotherFuckerXxx

Playboy

CastingCouchX

BangBros

POVD

BabesNetwork

ArtisticAddiction

X-art

Shutterstock

Platinumclub.com

AprilJordan.com

DareDorm

PrettyPetites

NaughtyAmerica

PornAccess

RookieBabe

GFMembersPass

HungarianHoneys

PleaseBangMyWife

Hackers revealed a cache of 13000 passwords and credit cards - Last modify: January 22nd, 2015, Author: Debaleena
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