The website called exposed.su is getting a lot of attention today because of its claims of hacking a bunch of celebrities. "The Secret Files," reads its tagline, stating, "If you believe that God makes miracles [I do], you have to wonder if Satan has a few up his sleeve."
Side note: Anyone who thinks the enemy might be fun might want to take a deep look at 23 Minutes in Hell.
Some are calling it boring, others are calling the hack creepy. I fall in the latter half, perusing the credit reports of what exposed.su claims are from these celebrities and/or well-known folks:
Kim Kardashian, Joe Biden, Robert Mueller (FBI Director), Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder (U.S. Attorney General), Charlie Beck (LAPD Chief), Mel Gibson, Ashton Kutcher, Jay Z, Beyoncé, Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, Sarah Palin, Hulk Hogan, Donald Trump, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Gore.
It's just stunning to see the lengths of hackers -- but the good news is that Russia Today called Beyoncé’s phone number listed to determine it didn't belong directly to the pop star.
Whoever did this allegedly also set up a Twitter account, whose follower count is growing:
"Hello world, we are exposed to," reads a rough translation via Google Translate of a tweet sent approximately Monday at 6:40 p.m. ET. "Our goal is to show you all that this is only one of a few tricks up his sleeve lone wolves. # exposedsu"
With details about social security numbers, car payments, mortgage amounts, American Express payments and balances, the website is truly unlike anything we've seen on this scale of celebrity hackings.
The practice is known as doxxing, and a U.S. Secret Service spokesman said that the agency is investigating the matter, reports CNN.