Sixty popular Swedish websites hacked by 'sc3a5j'

Sixty popular Swedish websites have been identified as potential targets in a massive password hacking incident in Sweden. A leading Swedish Democrat had his Twitter account hacked. The hacker(s) preceded to tweet email addresses and MD5 hashes of passwords of top Swedish journalists.

In addition to this databreach, popular Swedish blogging portal 'Bloggtoppen' says that 90,000 of its users' details have been exfiltrated and released into the public domain. Another 57 Swedish websites have in the past 24 hours also claimed that their databases have been hacked. The hacker uses the handle "sc3a5j" and has published some of the stolen information on his own Twitter account. The Swedish Police have been informed and are currently investigating. If you are one of those affected you are suggested to change your password with immediate effect.

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