Anonymous has hacked the @YouTube site, including millions of people’s passwords, it says
Anonymous has leaked information that it says shows millions of YouTube users’ passwords were stolen from the company.
The hacktivist group said it has taken over the site, which has about 80 million users.
The group posted a screenshot on Twitter on Tuesday of a message on the site’s main page that reads: “We are now on your computer.
We are going to have all your passwords.
If you can’t remember them, we will put them in a box.
If not, we are going not to send you a password reset email but we will send you an email with a link to the password reset site.”
The hackers also posted screenshots of a page that allows users to change their passwords.
It reads: Change your password.
Do not use a Google account.
The page has been removed, but the hacker group’s message still appears.
“There is a lot of people on your system, it is not possible to change it,” the message reads.
YouTube’s security team did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The hacker group, which often posts videos to YouTube’s YouTube channel, has a history of hacking major websites and other companies.
It has previously been known to hack video streaming service Netflix, which released videos stolen from its servers.
The hackers have targeted a number of major corporations, including the FBI, the Department of Defense, the US Postal Service and the US State Department.
The hacking group has previously hacked the Gmail and Google accounts of former US President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The latest attack comes on the heels of another massive hack last week, which saw the group steal personal information from about 2 million Gmail users.
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