More than 21,000 clear text passwords have been stolen from Australian surfwear icon Billabong and published online.
The breach has yet to be confirmed. SC has notified the company’s IT desk and provided a link to the codepaste site where the details were uploaded.
Billabong was previously unaware of the breach.
Hacktivists released the credentials under #WikiBoatWednesday, an event popular in hacktivist Twitter circles where groups publish stolen data caches online.
Other administrator database tables and information was released, including hashed passwords.
Here's what Billabong told SC.
The leak comes a day after news broke that some 450,000 Yahoo! Voice email addresses and clear text passwords were uploaded to the internet.
Yahoo! told SC only five per cent of the records were legitimate.