If you have an Amazon, Xbox Live, or Playstation network account, you will want to at the very least change your passwords and monitor the credit card linked to the account.
Following through on threats of a Christmas hack, a Twitter account claiming affiliation with Anonymous released a list of what it says are usernames and passwords for 13,000 accounts on Amazon, PlayStation, XBox Live, Hulu Plus, Walmart and other retail and entertainment services.
The hack additionally included credit card numbers, security codes and expiration dates.The trove was linked to in a Friday tweet.
Update:CyberGhost CEO Robert Knapp says the group did not list user credentials from his service, but free activation keys. He said there is no security vulnerability for CyberGhost users.
In addition to providing account information for online retailer, gaming and video services, the cache also includes information for a variety of pornography sites. The Daily Dot has compiled a full list…
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