On June 16, 2011, LulzSec released over 62,000 accounts containing emails and passwords in cleartext obtained from random sources. LulzSec announced the release in a Twitter post at https://twitter.com/#!/LulzSec/status/81327464156119040. The table below is the list of these accounts. Passwords have been completely masked to protect the users from further attacks.

UPDATE (June 26, 2011): LulzSec bids adieu. See our disclosure on their final release of over 750,000 accounts from hackforums.net, nato-bookshop.org, and several gaming forums.

This disclosure was mentioned in Los Angeles Times, PCWorld and CBC News.

What should you do?
Use the search box below to find out if your email is in the list. If yes, you are advised to change your password immediately if it is still in use elsewhere. For your privacy, do not enter your complete email in the search box. Try using the first part of your email instead, e.g. example instead of example@domain.com.

If you wish to have your entry removed from the list below, please send an empty email to disclosure@dazzlepod.com with subject "lulzsec removal request". The removal is done automatically within 24 hours if you use the same email as the one appeared in the list. This page may be cached for up to 24 hours.

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