A DDoS attack that crippled the networks of Xbox and Playstation over the Christmas holiday is finally over and an unlikely mediator has stepped forward…
Coming in the form of a text file and posted on the internet, at least 13,000 user passwords and or credit card numbers were leaked, along with other personal information and credentials. The hackers, claiming to be an offshoot of Anonymous, shared the document on Ghostbin.
The leak comes on the heel of a massive Ddos attack on the Xbox and Playstation networks.
There is not yet an indication as to why the hackers are hitting the gaming community so very hard right now.
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