Anonymous Releases Account Information For 13,000 Xbox Live, PSN, and Other Accounts


As if Lizard Squad taking down Xbox Live and PSN on Christmas Day wasn’t enough, members claiming to be part of the hacker group Anonymous released a file containing the login information for 13,000 user accounts on Xbox Live, PSN, and a number of other services.

The group tweeted on December 23 warning a dump was coming, and earlier today they delivered.

As you can see from the tweet above, in addition to XBL and PSN, account information from other major services including Twitch TV, Amazon, Hulu Plus, as well as retailers Dell and Walmart were leaked in a file. Why you may ask? Simply for kicks… 

While it appears the list is now offline, it’s a good idea to change your password if you use any of the services above. According to The Daily Dot, a wide range of gaming and adult sites were compromised, most likely through malware installed on user computers. It is unclear how recent these attacks to place, so again if you have accounts on any of these sites it’s best to change your login information on them – and, as we’ve recommended in the past, using different passwords for different sites and using a password locker type application to help you keep track of them all.

The complete list of compromised sites include:

  • Amazon
  • Walmart
  • PlayStation Network
  • Xbox Live
  • Hulu Plus
  • Dell
  • Brazzers
  • lKnowThatGirl
  • Mofos
  • DigitalPlayground
  • Wicked
  • Twistys
  • Fantyasyhd
  • Puremature
  • Tiny4k
  • MotherF***erXxx
  • Playboy
  • CastingCouchX
  • BangBros
  • POVD
  • BabesNetwork
  • ArtisticAddiction
  • X-art
  • Shutterstock
  • DareDorm
  • PrettyPetites
  • NaughtyAmerica
  • PornAccess
  • RookieBabe
  • GFMembersPass
  • HungarianHoneys
  • PleaseBangMyWife

How often do you change your password? What do you think of all these “hacks” in the name of “lulz”? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.

  Source: The Daily Dot
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