Twitter passwords leaked by new wave of LulzSec hackers
Usernames and passwords of Twitter members using file-sharing application TweetGif have been leaked to the internet by a group of hackers claiming to have risen from the ashes of disbanded hacker group LulzSec.
“LulzSec Reborn” spilled around 10,000 personal details of TweetGif users - including real names and locations.
TweetGif allows users to share and post animated gif images, using their Twitter log in. The group was unusually quiet in its password dump compared to its predecessor, simply posting an announcement on file-sharing site Pastebin directing users to download the .SQL file containing the user data.
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