According to media reports, the hacker organization Anonymous declared, on Nov. 5, the global protest day, they disclosed some secret user information, including PayPal’s 28,000 account passwords. Anonymous said all these passwords are stolen from the attacked PayPal server.
Anonymous posted attacking PayPal server message by multiple Twitter accounts, and said that through these attacks the also stole some PayPal users’ private files, including e-mails, user names, and payment service database passwords.
But the latest news showed, PayPal PR department officials responded via Twitter and said the company is investigating the Anonymous’ above Declaration, but so far, PayPal has yet found any evidence of violation safety.
As early as the beginning of this year, Anonymous boasted, they would launch another protest on November 5 this year, one of which is to launch cyber attacks.