Sunday, December 28, 2014

Hackers release cache of 13,000 passwords and credit cards of PlayStation, Xbox and Amazon users

Posted December 28, 2014 1:17 am by PatriotRising 
Hackers took down PlayStation and Xbox networks on 
Christmas Day 

Now, hackers have released 13,000 passwords and credit card details
Amazon, PlayStation and Xbox One users all affected by the latest breach
Hackers also released Sony’s movie The Interview for illegal download
Thousands of children were disappointed as they could not play online
The Christmas Day attack was claimed by hacking group LizardSquad

A gang of internet hackers claiming an affiliation with shadowy anarchist group Anonymous is claiming it has leaked the details of more than 13,000 users of Playstation, Xbox and online stores including Amazon.

The hackers posted a document online containing username and password combinations. They also added credit card numbers as well as expiry dates.

The group told their followers that they hacked the account details ‘for the Lulz’.

The hackers claimed on Twitter to have released customer information of some 13,000 account holders

They also claimed to have ripped a copy of The Interview which could then be downloaded illegally

According to, the hackers released account information from users of Xbox Live, Sony Playstation Network and

The hackers also released details they claimed came from retailers such as Walmart and Amazon.
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