#AceSecurityNews says just hours after hacking Forbes’ website and several Twitter accounts relating to the magazine, the Syrian Electronic Army group published account details of more than 1 million Forbes users.
The information leaked includes usernames, emails and passwords.
Among the accounts compromised are those with system administration and author privileges at the site. The magazine confirmed the hack and advised its users to change their passwords.
The hackers’ group, which proclaims its support for the Syrian government, said it had targeted Forbes because the magazine “posted many articles against the SEA, with much hate for Syria.”