Bad boys group Lulzsec have put the email addresses and passwords of more than 62,000 people on the web after its supporters replied positively to their request to "post stuff about Boxxy".
Lulzsec initially promised, according to its Twitter account, to give them details of 50,000 users but the list ended up being significantly bigger than that when it was put in the public domain less than an hour later.
The plain text document file - named Lulzsec Delivers.txt - has been uploaded to file-sharing website Mediafire and has already been removed by the site because it violated the T&C; nearly four thousand people have downloaded the file, not all with the best of intentions no doubt.
It is not known where Lulzsec got hold of the data, but it is likely that it is a tiny fraction of the huge database it amassed following the hacks of a number of high profile websites like Sony and the CIA.
The email addresses come from a number of email hosts including the likes of Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo which have then been used to gain access to email accounts, Twitter, Facebook, Myspace as well as dating websites' accounts as well.
What Lulzsec's motivation for this seemingly random attack that could wreck the lives of dozens of innocent individuals is - no one really knows.