Rob Monster, the CEO of Epik, downplayed the significance and authenticity of the alleged hack of his company. On Twitter, Monster referred to it as a “non-story” and “nothingburger.”

On Tuesday, Anonymous updated the press release to say they are working on providing the data in a more accessible format.

“Almost there, trust me I want to take a nap,” they wrote.

As of this writing, the release concludes with a jab at Monster and his company.

“We want the file list viewable at a glance, so Rob can sweat that much more. We just roll that way.”

“Now he knows this is real, and how fucked he is, and that, that’s beautiful.”