LulzSec Reborn and is leaking 10,000 Twitter accounts
A group calling itself LulzSec Reborn has leaked 10,000 Twitter usernames and passwords of individuals who subscribe to Gif-sharing app TweetGif.
The details, which were posted onto Pastebin as a SQL file, contained usernames, passwords, real names, bios, avatars and tweets, according to PC Magazine.
TweetGif allows users to share animated Gif cliparts.
LulzSec Reborn claims to be a resurrected form of LulzSec, which came to notoriety last year for high-profile attacks on US corporations and State departments.
In March, the FBI arrested senior members of LulzSec. Five men were arrested, including two Irish alleged hackers: Darren Martyn, aka, 'Pwnsauce', and Donncha O'Cearbhail, aka, 'Palladium'.
According to Imperva, three-quarters of web apps may be vulnerable to remote file inclusion attack because they include insecure tools for uploading images and video.
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