More than 350 passwords, full names and email addresses belonging to Italian customers of the Dutch consumer electronics giant Philips were posted online Monday.
Philips customer passwords were in plain text, meaning anyone can now log into those Philips customer accounts — and any other online account where those users registered the same email address and password.
This hack came one day after r00tbeersec dumped the usernames, email addresses and hashed passwords of nearly 200 employees and associates of chip-maker Advanced Micro Devices.
This is not the first time Philips being hacked; Team INTRA hacked and leaked the database of Philips on Feb,2012.
Today, They hacked into UK's biggest student community site The Student Room(thestudentroom.co.uk) and compromised the database. The hackers leaked the data in mediafire. The size of the dump is arount 82 MB.