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Hacker Group LulzSec Reborn, Exposes 171,000 Military Accounts

The hactivist group posted e-mail account information stolen from a military dating site.

Los Angeles Times: After several months of no activity, the hacker group LulzSec has struck again. The group apparently hacked a military dating site called MilitarySingles.com and has posted online 170,937 e-mail accounts belonging to members of the military. The Pentagon has not commented on the severity of the data leak.

The group publicized the latest hack with a Twitter account under the name "LulzSec Reborn."




Tags: hacker, military, hack attacks, LulzSec


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