The hackers posted Irving's e-mail correspondence online, as well as the user name and password for his web site account and AOL e-mail account, which shared the same password. The hackers also posted the e-mail addresses and other personal information — such as names, phone numbers and shipping and credit card billing addresses — of people who made donations through his web sites, purchased his books or bought tickets for his appearances.
Check out the new SourceForge HTML5 internet speed test! No Flash necessary and runs on all devices. ×
AdamD1 writes: "It appears that a group of hackers have had access to holocaust denier's email accounts for some time, and decided to post a lot of what they found on Wikileaks.