Hacker Group DerpTrolling Leaks Windows Live, PSN and 2K Games Usernames and Passwords
Nov 21, 2014
The hacker group DerpTrolling has claimed that they have hacked PSN (PlayStation Network), 2K Games and Microsoft Windows Live, and has stolen users' login credentials and credit card data. The group has leaked some of the usernames and passwords on the website www.pastebin.com to prove that the hacks took place or they are telling the truth. They have leaked approximately 2,131 PlayStation Network, 1,473 Windows Live, and 2,000 2K Games usernames and passwords.
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Along with the usernames and passwords, the group posted the following message:
Dear Internet, the following is a very small portion of Lord Gaben and the rest of his crews glorious raids across the high seas of the Internet.
Portions of our raids include:
2K Gaming studio user credentials
Windows Live Email user credentials
PlayStation Network user credentials
These usernames our bestowed upon you in the humble name of Derp.
@DerpTrolling - @GabenTheLord - @UGLegion
Let this be a warning to all. Nothing is safe from Derp
The message and the list of usernames and passwords can be found at the following location or website address:
Also, the group claims that they have the following information:
800,000 accounts from 2K Games and 500,000 credit card data
2 million Comcast accounts
620,000 Twitter accounts
1.2 million credentials belonging to the CIA domain
200,000 Windows Live accounts,
3 million Facebook
1.7 million EA origins accounts
a total of 7 million usernames and passwords
Because we aren't sure if the information posted by hacker group is faked or not, we tried signing in with a few usernames and passwords. But, we were unable to sign in. We kept getting a message that too many attempts were made to sign into the accounts. I guess other people are attempting the same thing.
But, since we are not sure if the claim made by the group is true or not, as a safety precaution, we recommend changing your password immediately.
You may also enable Two-Factor authentication, which will prevent someone from gaining access to your account, even if they have your username and password.
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