Anonymous hacktivist have attacked TweetGif (https://tweetgif.com) and as a result they have dumped a .SQL file on embedupload.com which contains 10,000 twitter user account details. The account details are those that are used with the twitter api, such as authroziation codes, tokens, usernames and other basic information. The attack was announced via twitter a few hours ago and it would appear to be a very hot subject with many people already catching on to it. There has also been a pastebin paste posted with the following small message:
The anonymous based twitter account @YourAnonNews has been offering help to those who have been effected.
@YourAnonNews: NOTE: Changing passwords doesnt remove API access, you need to goto settings > apps > deauthorize app. #TweetGif RT @VizFoSho: #TweetGif passwords leaked. goto settings> apps> deauthorize app | via @an0nyc