Hacker group DerpTrolling leaks 5000 PSN, Windows Live and 2K accounts


Hacker group DerpTrolling leaks 5000 PSN, Windows Live and 2K accounts

November 21, 2014 10:12 AM

By: Luigi Savinelli


For those of you that don't know, DerpTrolling is the hacker group that took responsibilities for the DDoS attacks to Blizzard servers last weekend. So you now know who to blame for not being able to enjoy Warlords of Draenor. That said, some hours ago the hacker group released on their twitter account a pastebin link containing username and password of 2,131 PSN users, 2,000 2K games users and 1473 Windows Live users. 




The hackers claim that what has been released is only a small portion of the complessive amount of data they retrieved in their raids and they  have many more than that. In the past the group asserted that they had no intention to release customer data and that they "merely" wanted to launch DDoS attacks to companies as a way to force them to upgrade their infrastructure giving the consumers a better service. This change of plans is allegedly because they felt they aren't being taken seriously.


We are in the possession of at least 800,000 username/passwords along with 500,000 credit cards info

writes one member of DerpTrolling on twitter.

Our advice to all the users of PSN, 2K and Windows Live is to change your login details as soon as you can.


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Author: Luigi Savinelli | Former Staff Writer
Gamer since I can remember and now writer for your enjoyment. Can't say more. Those games will not play themselves