The hacker known as Guccifer 2.0 dumped the personal contact info of House Democrats on his website Friday, part of the latest batch of documents from a widespread breach of Democratic groups.
The document was obtained from the cyberattack on the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC). The hacker also published DCCC shared passwords to several online databases and news networks.
The dump also included memos on the House race for Florida's 18th district, including opposition research on the Republican contenders, which is being vacated by Democrat Patrick Murphy as he vies for the Senate.
The hacker also claimed to have breached House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's computer and published a memo sent to her about a 2015 fundraiser for Morgan Carroll, who is running for a Colorado House seat against Republican Mike Coffman.
The Hill has reached out to Guccifer 2.0.
The attack on Democrats, widely believed to be the work of Russian hackers, set off shockwaves within the Democratic National Committee (DNC) after a trove of emails published on WikiLeaks sparked the resignation of top officials.