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Members of LulzSec recently breached the Web site of CSS Corp and published the contents of a company database.
"The database dumped by the hackers contains tons of sensitive information, including email addresses, names, passwords, user IDs and usernames," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs.
"'And admins from CSS Corp I know that you are smarter than the others please don't search for proof we will delete your whole database,' read a post on the LulzSec Twitter account," Kovacs writes.
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