Find Out if Your Passwords Were Leaked by LulzSec

Lulz Security, a group of anonymous hackers who’ve kicked through the doors of some of the highest profile entities on the Internet in the past month, dumped a random set of 62,000 social media account user e-mail and password combinations online on Thursday.The information is a list of individuals’ e-mail accounts, and social media passwords.

Gizmodo has provided a tool to figure out if your information is out there — exposed.

In the past few days, Lulz Security has attacked the C.I.A’s web site, the Senate’s public web site, and several gaming sites.

They’ve also broken into several different entities’ databases, exposing thousands of individuals’ personal information and putting it all online.