More than 50,000 user names, e-mail addresses and encrypted passwords were published online.
The group announced the breach on Twitter with the statement, "Msi Hacked ! 50k account leak. #Damnisrael."
Cyber War News reports that the group also leaked a 4.3 MB compressed rar file containing 10 XLS documents that contain more than 50,000 user names, e-mail addresses, encrypted passwords and other account information for employees, customers and clients.