Hackers associated with the Anonymous collective have released data allegedly taken by them during an online raid on the European Commission's (EC) Eurofound body.
The attack was announced on 5 April, via the AnonOpsRomania Twitter account.
The data included in the attached Pastebin post includes the names, passwords and contact details of several apparent Eurofound employees.
The perpertrators claimed the attack was carried out in partnership with the Malicious Security (MalSec) hacker group, as part of an ongoing hacking spree.
MalSec has said it will release its biggest data dump of hacked material on 11 April.
The news follows a separate threat by the UK branch of Anonymous to target the Home Office.
In a statement on Monday the collective threatened to mount an unspecified attack on the government department in support of Chris Tappin, Richard O'Dwyer and Gary McKinnon.
No clear motivation was given for the attack on Eurofound. Founded in 1975, the EU body is tasked with designing and implementing plans to improve living and working conditions in Europe.
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