A very famous hacker group called “Anonymous” has discharged a document containing around 13,000 ‘passwords’. The stolen account data has been presented on web sharing website Ghostbin.

This is not a big hack at all. As hundred of million passwords being used for websites around the web, chances are, yours is not among these 13,000.

However, the document by Anonymous originates from a mixture of online sources, the Anonymous cases, some of them are non-ordinary.

Dailydot’s Aaron Sankin filtered through the document and found the releases originated from these sites:

  • Amazon
  • Walmart
  • PlayStation Network
  • Xbox Live
  • Twitch.tv
  • EA Origin
  • Hulu Plus
  • Dell
  • Shutterstock

The document likewise incorporated the records of various dating and adult sites too, and it seems to have a few passwords for a popular security program known as Cyberghost, which ensures you from a hacker snooping on you when using open public Wi-Fi hotspots.

Just to finish it off, Anonymous also uploaded a copy of the film “The Interview” making it accessible to be downloaded by torrents, it said. In a prior tweet, the group mentioned, “When you’re a pirate, everything is free.”