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Massive Leak: Project HellFire Hackers Dump 1 Million Accounts from 100 Sites Print E-mail
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Source: Network World - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Hacks/Cracks The hacker collective Team GhostShell, in collaboration with two other hacking groups, MidasBank and OphiusLab, hacked 100 websites worldwide and then dumped one million accounts/records in "protests" under the Project HellFire banner. A massive leak of one million records were dumped by the hacker collective Team GhostShell in the last protest of the summer "against the banks, politicians and for all the fallen hackers this year." However "we are also letting everyone know that more releases, collaborations with Anonymous and other, plus two more projects are still scheduled for this fall and winter. It's only the beginning. There are more leaked accounts/records coming." The leak was first announced by DeadMellox, the "blackhat leader of Team GhostShell."

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