Lifehacker’s publisher, Gawker Media, suffered a severe network breach and the responsible party published the usernames and hashed passwords of 1.24 million readers at Lifehacker and beyond this weekend. 200,000 of those readers’ passwords were decrypted. It’s late on a Sunday night, and already spammers are using the login details to tweet links from Twitter accounts which use the same username and password as the Gawker accounts. Likely this is just the beginning. If you’ve ever had an account on Lifehacker, change your password. If you use the same username and password on other sites like Twitter or Facebook, change it there, too. Here’s Lifehacker’s full FAQ on the situation.