RIMINAL hackers who crippled the CIA website this week have published student's email logins as well as Facebook and PayPal accounts.
The group known as "Lulz Security" dumped more than 62,000 personal details on Twitter yesterday, inviting people to try the passwords on everything from bank accounts to online stores.
It is claimed the passwords were downloaded 2100 times in the first 4 minutes after release.
Twitter was soon flooded with claims from individuals who said they had used the passwords to gain illicit access to Facebook and PayPal accounts.
"I chatted with some girl's boyfriend (on Facebook) and told him that I would never f*** him again. He said "no problem, I understand " wtf" - Twitter user @Pedacitodepan