A hacktivist group has claimed to have taken control of Google’s bank database, Google Drive, and has leaked a list of the bank’s customer accounts.
The hackers published a list on Pastebin that included personal details such as names, addresses, and email addresses.
It has been confirmed by the Guardian newspaper that the list is legitimate.
A separate group, the Anonymous Cyber Security Group, has claimed responsibility for the hack.
Anonymous claimed responsibility in a statement posted on Pastebin on Wednesday.
The statement reads: “Anonymous has a mission to expose and destroy the corruption of power, greed and corporate power.”
Google declined to comment on the breach.
Google has been under increasing scrutiny following a series of hacks by groups claiming to be working for the Russian government.
Google is a key player in the cloud storage industry, which allows users to store and access files from anywhere.
Google also owns a number of other cloud storage services, including Gmail, Google Apps for Business, and Google Drive.