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Compound Semiconductor Hacked 4,700 users leaked

St0rmyW0rm has contacted us with a breach via Twitter, with the hash tag #FREEASSANGE.   The penatration of the site has lead to 10,000 user information dumped and 4,700 user data leaked to the public.

https://twitter.com/st0rmyw0rm/status/339894631342960640

The data leaked contained plaintext passwords, usernames, e-mails and IP address’s and was dumped to Anonpaste.me with a message:

 _\|/_ (o o) +----oOO-{_}-OOo-----+ | st0rmyw0rm | +--------------------+
USERS, DataBase is over 10,000 users. We published 4,700.
TARGET: The most respected, authoritative and distributed platform connecting the compound semiconductor industry since 1995. http://www.compoundsemiconductor.net
#NOTE: Do not use any of their Apps, Administrator Access App, and do not buy anything from there. And a lot of *Feds* are registered on this site. #Lulz

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