Friday, June 17, 2011

LulzSec Releases Over 62.000 Hacked Passwords

Hacker group LulzSec published the accounts of over 62,000 emails and passwords for free for download.

Mikko H. Hypponen from F-secure believes that the emails and passwords were from a database kept by website Writerspace.com, according to the Hacker News.

Gizmodo took the database and has made a script for users to input their email address to check it against the release from LulzSec. Unless you were a member of Writerspace, you're probably not affected, but this is a good way to confirm.


20 commentaires:

Some Guy said...

I dont understand how the FBI havent traced these guys yet...

kxxthanxx said...

dooooho

phosports said...

wow that is a lot of hacked passwords

Some Guy said...

Btw owner of this blog how do you get that share widget at the top right? with facebook,digg and tweeter ect options??

light said...

haha I hope my password isnt on there!

salisburyblogger said...

is it really worth the potential prison time? followed too, lovely writing.

Alexis said...

That's pretty scary and a bit of a stupid way to raise awareness about security.

AllenTesch said...

Well, that's just great.

Shaw said...

It's going to be really funny when they are caught

Alpha said...

Oh, they're /very/ good.

trawler666 said...

Who knows what they are capable of!?!

ThirtySeven said...

Boy, that's fun. Nerd hackers ruining it for everyone!

mens said...

This is freaking serious!

Jackson.k said...

That's crazy...im glad im not a member of that site, but i feel bad for the people that are...damn lulzsec

rivalcraft said...

This kind of thing just makes me sick. People are so evil.

Ala Mode 7 said...

I don't know how these guys don't get caught. The age of the internet is a strange one. So many ways to get around things nowadays.

zemzero said...

I heard a couple people were arrested from the psn hack. Hope more get arrested.

jeramieetyler said...

wow this is epic. Adclics please??

Borre Kool said...

I love the lulz sec :D

I will folloy you :D

Athanasian Complexio said...

There are soooo many conspiracy theories about this. There's one that they're really the government doing all this and they're doing it as a ploy to try and rally support against real hackers so that people will think anyone who knows how to use a computer well is all suspicious.

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