LulzSec Reborn Hacks 10,000 Twitter Accounts | Social Media and its influence |
LulzSec Reborn, a splinter group of the now-defunct LulzSec, exposed 10,000 Twitter users' data in a new hack.


LulzSec Reborn, a splinter group of the defunct LulzSec, is claiming responsibility for leaking data from 10,000 users of a ===> Twitter-based app called TweetGif. <===


The app, which let users share GIFs, required users to share information including their real names, passwords, bios, locations and secret tokens, all of which LulzSec Reborn has made public. The group, which last month leaked account information from 171,000 members of the military via, has not given a reason for its latest hack.


Reps from TweetGif could not be reached for comment at press time.


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