Hacker database exposed; thousands of stolen Facebook, Twitter, Google passwords found

    Date04 Dec 2013
    CategoryHacks/Cracks
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    Posted ByAlex
    Researchers have unearthed an online database full to the brim of stolen account information from popular services including Facebook, Yahoo, Twitter and Google. On Tuesday, the security team at Trustwave's Spider Labs revealed in a blog post that 1,580,000 usernames and passwords on the server are website accounts, including 318,121 Facebook login credentials, 21,708 Twitter accounts, 54,437 Google-based accounts and 59,549 Yahoo accounts. 320,000 email account credentials were also stolen, and the remaining number of compromised accounts on the server are FTP accounts, remote desktop details and secure shells.
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