Hackers+Strike+AGAIN+%26%238211%3B+Are+You+One+Of+The+13%2C000+Affected%3F

Hackers seem to be as common as Christmas trees at the moment. The latest scandal occurred yesterday after a group claiming to be part of Anonymous released a document containing 13,000 username-and-password combinations along with credit card numbers and expiration dates.

The stolen information was released in a massive text file posted on public sharing site Ghostbin.

 Hackers+Strike+AGAIN+%26%238211%3B+Are+You+One+Of+The+13%2C000+Affected%3F
DailyDot’s Aaron Sankin sifted through the file and discovered the leaks came from the sites listed below. Just to be on the safe side, if you have an account with any of these places, you might want to change your password and start monitoring your credit card for any suspicious charges.

Amazon
Walmart
PlayStation Network
Xbox Live
Twitch.tv
Origin.com
Hulu Plus
Dell
Shutterstock

We get the feeling that there will be a few more hacker stories in the coming weeks.

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2014/12/hackers-strike-one-13000-affected-31499/