LulzSec Reborn claims responsibility for leaking 10,000 Twitter accounts from TweetGif

Splinter group hack into animated GIF sharing app
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A splinter group of the now defunct LulzSec is said to of leaked data from the Twitter-based app.

Last month the group leaked information from 171,000 members of, it is now claiming to of hit Twitter users by making personal information public by hacking TweetGif.

TweetGif is an app used for posting and sharing animated GIF cliparts, but users have to log in through Twitter. LulzSec Reborn is said to have released a file containing usernames, passwords, real names, locations, bios, and avatars.

The LulzSec group is considered to be connected with Anonymous and other ‘hacktivist’. The new splinter group ‘LulzSec Reborn’ emerged after police in Great Britain, Ireland and the U.S. arrested five LulzSec members back in March.

Yet another password that needs changing then.

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