On February 6, 2011, as part of their attack on HBGary, the Anonymous group social engineered administrator of rootkit.com, Jussi Jaakonaho, to gain root access to rootkit.com. The entire MySQL database backup was then released by Anonymous and announced using HBGary's CEO Twitter account, @aaronbarr: Sup, here's rootkit.com MySQL Backup http://stfu.cc/rootkit_com_mysqlbackup_02_06_11.gz #hbgary #rootkit #anonymous. The table below is the list of accounts found in rootkit.com MySQL database backup with passwords in cleartext.



JtR is used to translate the hashed passwords to cleartext passwords. Most of the passwords were successfully acquired by feeding a password dictionary to JtR and the rest were acquired by using JtR incremental mode. Among the passwords found at rootkit.com, the following are the 10 most used passwords:

RankPasswordAccounts
11234561023
2password392
3rootkit341
4111111190
512345678181
6qwerty175
7123456789170
812312399
9qwertyui92
10letmein91

By randomly putting the passwords to test, many appear to be reused by the same user elsewhere on sites presumably of lower value to the user, e.g. Facebook, Twitter, forum sites, secondary email accounts, etc. Mechanize has found over 1500 accounts using @gmail.com alone can be used to login to Twitter. If your account or account of someone you know appears in the list below, we urge you to take an action to change the password immediately if it is used elsewhere and enforce use of strong passwords.


UPDATE (February 15, 2011): The public disclosure on this page with details on rootkit.com accounts leaked by the Anonymous group has sparked heated discussion due to potential password reuse. This has resulted in this page being brought down several times by our upstream providers. While we are putting the effort to bring this disclosure to the public, we are no longer displaying the cleartext passwords below.


What should you do?
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