Latest Pastebin Stories

Hacker Digs Deep Into Adobe Database Records
2012-11-15 10:23:02

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Adobe is the latest to have their databases compromised as an Egyptian hacker has posted links to records of employees from Adobe as well as NASA and the US Military. The hacker, who goes by the name “Hima,” said he had hacked into Adobe´s server to gather these records before posting them on Pastebin. All told, Hima claims to have obtained the records for 150,000 Adobe clients and employees. Adobe has...

55,000 Hacked Accounts Debunked By Twitter
2012-05-09 11:22:35

Twitter is denying claims by hackers that they have published details of several thousands of Twitter accounts on text storage site Pastebin. Twitter is claiming the list or nearly 55,000 entries contains duplicate information or username and password information from suspended spam accounts, reports Sam Laird for Mashable. Hacking news aggregator Airdemon.net reported the supposed breach on Tuesday, that a massive successful attack was visited on Twitter´s servers. Airdemon claimed...

Pastebin Cracking Down On Hackers
2012-04-03 13:41:55

After years of use and abuse by hackers, Pastebin is taking a stand by vowing to purge improper use from its servers. The site was originally created in 2002 to host small amounts of text and was intended for programmers looking to store bits of code and configuration information. More recently, the site has been attracting activity from hacker collectives like Anonymous and LulzSec. These hackers have used Pastebin for more dubious and often illegal purposes, including the dumping of...

Hackers Publish Emails From U.N. Members
2011-11-30 06:11:03

Hackers have posted over 100 email addresses and login details that they stole from members of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). The group known as "Teampoison" attacked the U.N.'s behavior and called it a "fraud."  The details were posted on the website Pastebin under the Teampoison logo. A spokeswoman for the UNDP confirmed the attack to the BBC and said that the agency believed "an old server which contains old data" had been targeted. "The UNDP found [the]...

2011-08-29 12:00:00

Sharing source code with syntax highlighting - with one click. Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg (PRWEB) August 29, 2011 Following three new collaborations in the past four weeks, click.to has now added the online service of Pastebin.com to its young desktop application. Karlsruhe-based company Axonicâs software allows the user to now share source code and other texts via Pastebin.com, using just one click from their desktop. The default installation package has now been...

2009-10-06 10:15:00

Google has announced that Gmail, their email system, has been compromised in an "industry-wide phishing scheme". The company has taken abrupt steps to protect the targeted accounts. Phishing uses fake websites to entice people into giving information like bank account numbers. BBC News first found the two lists that have 30,000 names and passwords that have now been posted online. "We recently became aware of an industry-wide phishing scheme through which hackers gained user credentials for...

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