Hackers are at it again and this time they have infiltrated various companies around the world, leaking the account information of their users.
It’s definitely the month of the hack at the moment. First ‘The Interview’ is put on hold, then ‘Lizard Squad’ disrupt Xbox Live and PSN on Christmas day, and now this.
— Anonymous (@AnonymousGlobo) December 26, 2014
The good news is that the above link to the leak site isn’t working. The bad news is that this doesn’t mean someone hasn’t already got your details, neither does it mean that your details aren’t still available somewhere else. Here’s a list of the companies that were hacked, so you might want to keep an eye on your credit card and change your password if you’re part of any of them.
- PlayStation Network
- Xbox Live
- Hulu Plus
The other good news is that they’ve put a link where you can download ‘The Interview’ for free.
— Anonymous (@AnonymousGlobo) December 26, 2014Advertisement
But are you really going to trust the hackers that just leaked your information?
[H/T] The Daily Dot