Although still not published, it has been confirmed that the data takes the form of a Cold Fusion database taken from mid-tier ISP AAPT.
AAPT describes the information as "business customer data."
Widely regarded as a poorly secured web environment in its default state, web admins around the country are scrambling to ensure any Cold Fusion online databases they may have are properly hardened.
"AAPT immediately instructed Melbourne IT to shut down the servers when we were notified of the incident."
Sources have told iTWire that the data appears to be over a year old, so this "rapid response" seems a little pointless.
At the time of publication, the data has not appeared on the Par:anoiA site, but it is expected to be there as soon as members of Anonymous have completed the de-identification process they promised to undertake prior to publication.
Stay tuned for updates.