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Following through on threats of a Christmas hack, a Twitter account claiming affiliation with Anonymous released a list of what it says are usernames and passwords for 13,000 accounts on Amazon, PlayStation, XBox Live, Hulu Plus, Walmart and other retail and entertainment services.
The hack additionally included credit card numbers, security codes and expiration dates.Th
A group, claiming to be affiliated with the hacktivist collective Anonymous, released a file containing 13,000 passwords and usernames along with credit card numbers from popular sites like Amazon and Walmart.
The information was released in a massive text document posted to Ghostbin, a filesharing site on Friday. By Saturday afternoon the document was no longer accessible.
The leaked account information came from several popular sites, including PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, Hulu Plus, in addition to a handful of porn sites. The Daily Dot has published a full list of the nearly 40 websites whose users may be compromised.
just to top it off, the group included a stolen download of “The Interview.” When Sony pulled the release of “The Interview,” Anonymous claimed on Twitter they would release the film themselves.
originally posted by: Lichter daraus
I dont think this was really anon, at least I hope not. Isnt there a new anon member on here, go message him get some answers.
This isn't Anonymous imo.