Library of Congress Hacked
User names, passwords, names and e-mail addresses were posted online.
Hacker group BlitzSec recently breached the official Web site of the Library of Congress.
"[The] database’s structure, usernames, passwords, names and email addresses, including the ones of the administrators, were published in a Pastebin post," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs.
"BlitzSec accuse members of the Congress of destroying the country’s Constitution, the principles it stands for being the ones that helped the nation form," Kovacs writes.
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