Details about the latest Linode attack --- its a bit spooky

From: Lynn Dixon 
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We recently discussed another attack on Linode on the list.  Here is the
details of that attack.

They had almost 160,000 credit cards, passwords, employee accounts, etc.
 If your a Linode customer, I would highly recommend cancelling the credit
card you have with them and getting your issuer to send you a new card.

Here is a release of the information:
http://straylig.ht/zines/HTP5/0x02">http://straylig.ht/zines/HTP5/0x02

=============================================================== From: David White ------------------------------------------------------ These details do not correspond *at all* to what Linode told their customers about the data breach. If this is true, they very well may have just lost a long-time customer (with the probable potential to grow pretty soon). I'm sending them the text (and URL) of this message to get their feedback, but I'm also going to do some more behind-the-scenes research. Oh, I would be furious.

=============================================================== From: David White ------------------------------------------------------ ... Then again, maybe I didn't pay attention to this as closely as I should have. I'm reading some blog posts from earlier in April where they talked about several of these details...

=============================================================== From: Lynn Dixon ------------------------------------------------------ David, Thats one of the reasons I shared it. I am not a Linode customer, so I am not sure what they told their customers. The same group posted these screenshots of the Linode messages page: http://straylig.ht/files/ss1.png and http://straylig.ht/files/ss2.png Theres a ton more info at the root directory of that site: http://straylig.ht/zines/HTP5/