Anonymous Claim To Leak 28,000 PayPal Passwords On Account Of Global Protest Day

Posted on Nov 5 2012 - 5:48am by Editorial Staff

Marking November 5th as a global day of protest, Hacker group Anonymous has released 28,000 alleged PayPal passwords with other confidential customer information. There are multiple anonymous Twitter accounts which announced the hack; even one paste dump saw a total of 27,935 entries from “mc_customers” with columns for the passwords and corresponding telephone numbers. We did contacted PayPal about the incident and waiting to get the respond. The soon we get; we will update the page with it.

Further, the hacker group have also included in its November 5th announcements with list includes ImageShack, PayPal, Ascension Australia, NBC.com and Lady Gaga’s fan site, Saturday Night Live’s website, Australian steel and mining company Arcelor Mittal, homewares website GiftNow, the Greek City website, the Ghana Consulate website with claim to have leaked VMware ESX Server Kernel source code. We keep an update with developments take place.

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