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Fox, Sony, Warner Bros Possibly Hacked, Emails Exposed

Softpedia points the way to a list of names, email addresses, account usernames and passwords via Pastebin that were pulled from official websites for Fox, Sony, Warner Bros, and 17 others. The hacker job was done by ur0b0r0x and according to Softpedia, some of the names and email addresses checked thus far are indeed legit.

In addition to the three mentioned above, the list of hacked sites include Apple, Sony Pictures, CBS, RPM Productions, Addison Interactive, Vibe Creative, Artificial Intelligence, Brandon Yano and Bunim Murrat Production. There's also Noodle-Haus, Summiet Entertainment, Sycamore Solutions, Pleneta Group, Madeb & Union, Scarlet Terrier, Emexing and even Subway. At least one account was leaked from all twenty hacked websites.

Little else is known about the hack including how it was done, why it was done, or if additional data will be leaked in the immediate future. But because some of the information is reportedly legit, it's assumed that the list of info is a real deal. Still, there's speculation that the data could just as easily be "clever forgery." Either way, this report will be updated once additional information is provided.

As seen on the list, some of the account names include Lucasfilm, Warner Home Video Interactive, Sony Imageworks and Tom Subway. A revised list can be accessed here.

  • ironmb
    Hi Sony, welcome back.
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  • rex86
    First!

    Ha ha... ha ha... ha ha...!!!
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  • amdfreak
    3rd ha ha ha ha :-)
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  • christop
    whats the point in this? Just cause it can be done?
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  • rex86
    christopwhats the point in this? Just cause it can be done?
    someone had too much time on his hands and just because it can be done. I'm glad they hacked all those companies.
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  • gilgamex101
    christopwhats the point in this? Just cause it can be done?
    Almost every report about "hacking" is the exact same thing. A bunch vulnerabilities exploited on websites, yawwwnnnn can we get some packages to a church rerouted and replaced with KY jelly or something?? Idk, spice it up!
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  • shoooooggggggoth
    gilgamex101Almost every report about "hacking" is the exact same thing. A bunch vulnerabilities exploited on websites, yawwwnnnn can we get some packages to a church rerouted and replaced with KY jelly or something?? Idk, spice it up!
    Obviously you are such an amazing hacker that you could break into a server that has no vulnerabilities. If these servers are running un-patched software with known vulnerabilities then it is their own fault they got hacked, and if their software is fully up-to-date then it means the hacker was using a zero-day attack which means he's good (or at least knows the right people).

    Your idea to "spice it up" sounds even more lame and boring than the stunt the article is talking about.
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  • Expose all of Fox's emails! :D
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  • A Bad Day
    "1234, yeah, that password should be sufficient."
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  • rantoc
    In a way I'm happy it happens over and over now because it proves how poorly the companies are ready to handle data in the cloud they want us all to sign up for. I don't want all my data located on a server with this kind of security thats available 24/7 to any hacker with some skills... exploiting known vulnerability or not - until the companies start to prove they can handle it i don't see the cloud they want as a truly viable solution.

    Why collect all eggs in a basket...
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