LulzSec Hacks 62000 Emails and Passwords of Users on Prominent Sites including Facebook, Gmail and Yahoo
We hope you are well familiar with a group of nastiest hackers named LulzSec since we have covered a couple of posts on their hacking activities regarding to poor Sony. Now LulzSec again becomes a hot keyword as it has recently hacked and published 62,000 emails and passwords that may have been hacked from recent hack attacks.
The motivation behind this latest hacking activity by LulzSec is still foggy but it is certain that emails and passwords of the accounts on Facebook, Amazon, Gmail, Yahoo and World of Warcraft appear to have been hacked as a result of LulzSec’s dump according to various posts on Twitter.
The cruel LulzSec not only hacked these files containing private data but also has published it on Mediafire.com which has since been removed, according to the link on the website.
Many tech sites on the web have gathered the data of whole files hacked and published by LulzSec recently. They have also compiled the database of users’ email addresses and passwords to help them for finding whether their accounts are also included in the hacked data by LulzSec group like at Dazzlepod.com and another by Gizmodo.