LulzSec hacks pornsite and publishes 26000 client @ddresses+pw's

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  1. Baserk

    Baserk Registered Member

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    LulzSec have hacked Pron.com last friday and immediately have published a list of 26000 email&password combinations. Like;

    ...@cmc.gov.my | ilovedyna
    ...@whitehouse.gov | karlmarx
    ...@mmea.gov.my | 814550
    ...@us.army.mil | j347576
    ...@ang.af.mil | mywife01
    ...@us.army.mil | 3689817


    (I've changed the @ddresses o/c, anyone that interested can find the actual combinations themselves.)

    A quick scan of the entire list, and the quoted list above, shows that a lot of folks apparantly don't mind using their real emailaddress everywhere.
    Lots of 111 and 12345 pw's and folks using their wives name as a pw on their Facebook account. And the same for their pron account...ahem.

    The LulzSec message is clear; don't use the same @ddress+pw everywhere, the outcome none the less at least ambigious.
    For some folks this will seem funny, others will likely have more drama/misery/ulcers etc. than laughter.

    From InfosecWreck.com;
    "...As people began trying these email addresses to get into the victims Facebook accounts, Facebook’s advanced security measures to recognize devices/IP addresses that a user hasn’t logged into before, activated and thereby locking all the accounts. Kudos to Facebook on the top notch anti-hacking measures." link

    Apparantly Facebook has saved some of it's customers behinds despite their stupidity...
     
  2. Hungry Man

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    I don't really find this very funny. Publicly releasing humiliating information to people who have done nothing wrong is not amusing.

    This hack won't change anything. People won't suddenly use more than one or two passwords. This was a shitty way for LulzSec to stretch their epeen and humiliate a few people while they were at it.
     
  3. cm1971

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    +1 I don't know what their purpose for this was. At least the other hacks seemed to make sense even if I didn't agree with it.
     
  4. noone_particular

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    Interesting that they hit a pron site and find govt and military e-mails. In one respect, it's exposure is hilarious. I hope they choke on their stupidity. As for "done nothing wrong", looking at the edited list that begins this thread, I see government and military officials using government e-mails and presumably taxpayer paid for time to get their thrills on sites like that instead of doing their jobs. Which is the greater evil here? IMO, those using "official" time for such activities should be fired or impeached. No other employer would tolerate that. Why are we?
     
  5. cm1971

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    Good point I didn't notice that the first time I read it. Maybe LulzSec knew that going in and that was the reason for the attack.
     
  6. PJC

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    LulzSec also Here
     
  7. Spooony

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    Kewl free porn passwords. Ill get the torrent file then get infected where all my dirty laundry will probably be sent to them. Porn sites = drive by infections.
     
  8. CloneRanger

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    You might expect people in .MIL/GOV etc to have more sense ! Obviously not :thumbd: Dumbo's :D

    Hope they get a good "Talking" to, or better ;)
     
  9. Hungry Man

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    I hope they don't... they could be fired. Not to mention the embaressment.
     
  10. Noob

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    Woah more hacking :ninja:
     
  11. J_L

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    I don't bother registering to get my pron. As for those government simpletons, they deserve some lessons.
     
  12. Noob

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    LOL J_L
    Hahahaha that is so true :rolleyes:
     
  13. noone_particular

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    It's not a question of sense. It's an "I'm above the law and don't answer to anyone" attitude. This is exactly the sort of thing that should be shown to most taxpayers. We're seeing one example after another of groups hacking government and business, then posting proof of everything from corruption or misuse of taxpayer funds and even evidence of war crimes. But all the mainstream news publishes is that these people hacked someone, not what they're uncovering. Yes, hacking into a system is illegal, but the crimes and corruption that are being uncovered are far worse, and these aren't being reported. This needs to change while it's still possible. Joe Public needs to know the rest of these stories.
     
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    Cmon Lulz theres better ways to get free pron
     
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