Bible references make very weak passwords

An analysis of passwords found in the 2009 breach of Rockyou -- 32 million accounts -- finds a large number of Biblical references ("jesus"," "heaven", "faith", etc), including a number of Bible verse references ("john316"). Read the rest

Mormon documents leaked

The exmormon subreddit is hoppin' today: an anonymous poster, mormondocuments, is burying it in a huge dump of files they claim are church documents. But it looks like a lot of sauce and only a little sizzle: "Nothing really juicy so far, other than the fact that the Church has shitloads of cash and spends it all internally," writes one user. Read the rest

Wikileaks' dump of "Erdogan emails" turn out to be public mailing list archives

Earlier this month, Wikileaks published a database of six years' of email from AKP, Turkey's ruling party -- but as outside experts have plumbed that database, all they can find is archives from public mailing lists, old spam, and some sensitive personal information from private citizens. Read the rest

Anal fisting site breached: 100K passwords, usernames, email addresses and IPs extracted

Rosebuttboard.com is a forum for people whose sexual activities include inserting large items into their anuses; the site has been breached by a hacker, who now has details on over 100,000 of its users. Read the rest

Panama Papers: Largest leak in history reveals political and business elite hiding trillions in offshore havens

An anonymous source has handed 2.6TB worth of records from Mossack Fonseca, one of the world's largest offshore law firms, to a consortium of news outlets, including The Guardian. Read the rest

Web security company breached, client list (including KKK) dumped, hackers mock inept security

Newport Beach based Staminus Communications offered DDoS protection and other security services to its clients; early this morning, their systems went down and a dump of their internal files were dumped to the Internet. Read the rest

Ashley Madison users chose passwords like "whyareyoudoingthis"

Now that 11.7 million Ashley Madison users' passwords been shown to be crackable, we're learning that password security has not improved since the last giant dump of user passwords. Read the rest