As a result, hackers have caught hacking SpecialForces.com 14 thousand user passwords and eight thousand credit card numbers.
According to PCWorld, the members of the hacker group Anonymous gained access to the database project SpecialForces.com, who delivers the goods. In the hands of hackers was 14 thousand user passwords and eight thousand credit card numbers. Note that the security incident occurred a few months ago, but hackers have decided to publish the stolen information just now.
Account is Twitter , belonging to one of the members of the movement Anonymous, published a screenshot of the e-mail message SpecialForces.com, which confirms the information about a security breach. The letter states that Anonymous stole user names and passwords and credit card numbers that were stored in an encrypted form. Users are advised to lock their passwords as a precaution to prevent misuse of accounts.
Representatives SpecialForces.com or tentative attack victim refused to comment on the situation.
One reason for the attack on Anonymous SpecialForces.com considered that among the clients of the project includes representatives of the U.S. military and law enforcement agencies who were involved in the arrest of participants in the hacker group.
The attack was carried out on SpecialForces.com in Operation LulzXmas, initiated by Anonymous. Formerly of hackers associated with the operation suffered analyst firm Stratfor . Anonymous describe themselves LulzXmas, as an operation lasting one week, site-targeted financial, military and government organizations.