Gawker Media suffered a massive security breach on Sunday night after the email addresses and passwords for more than a million members leaked online. A hacker group dubbed "Gnosis" has claimed credit for publishing the information, which is now available as a 487MB torrent download.

"We understand how important trust is on the internet, and we're deeply sorry for and embarrassed about this breach of security -- and of trust. We're working around the clock to ensure our security (and our commenters' account security) moving forward," the to determine if your account has been compromised. Folks using passwords like "123456" outside of Gawker should exercise a little preemptive damage control and change those, too.