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    http://www.engadget.com/2011/05/25/s...than-2-000-cu/

    http://www.engadget.com/2011/05/23/s...woes-continue/


    The hackers just won't give poor Sony a break, will they? Following the infamous PSN breach last month and an attack on the company's Greek online music service earlier this week, Sony Ericsson has now seen another intrusion that extracted personal data of more than 2,000 Canadian Eshop customers. Fortunately, the company claims that passwords taken were encrypted and no credit card details were lost, but this is still worrisome nevertheless. Right now, the Eshop service has been taken off line -- for the sake of Sir Howard and his Japanese chums, let's just hope that this will be the last Sony breach we hear about.

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    Default Re: SONY just cant have a break from hackers.

    Oh boy, they are going through some serious tough times :/ Next news, people are surely getting really pissed off now!

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    Default Re: SONY just cant have a break from hackers.

    well xbox live e kalkey dhukar chesta korsilam, oikhane update charse...no more live for me, for a while .. have fun psn users at least it is up now
    and sony should hire a team if really high qualified technically people..

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    Default Re: SONY just cant have a break from hackers.

    Revenge of hackers for getting furious by sony about ps3 exploits i guess
    Every hero has a journey. Every journey has an end.


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    Default Re: SONY just cant have a break from hackers.

    well at least this is related to mobile not psn

    ---------- Post added at 18:54 ---------- Previous post was at 18:24 ----------

    well now xbox live market place is also down but just partially

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    Default Re: SONY just cant have a break from hackers.

    Hackers are getting revenge for what they have done to Geohot.
    No 7. No discussion, sharing or referencing game hacks.
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    Default Re: SONY just cant have a break from hackers.

    The first attack is gonna cost SONY like 161 million $ :/
    Sony fotur hoitese


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    Default Re: SONY just cant have a break from hackers.

    aro attack ashbe. Dont worry

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    http://news.cnet.com/8301-31021_3-20...-sony-servers/

    A group of hackers said today that they have broken into several Sony Web sites and compromised the personal data of more Sony customers.

    The group, which calls itself "Lulzsec," is the same group that posted fake news stories on PBS.com over the weekend.

    They have been promising Sony attacks since this past weekend, a plan they called "the beginning of the end" for Sony. After being challenged to show what they found, the group today posted links on Twitter to samples of information they compromised on internal Sony networks and Web sites, including Sony Pictures, Sony Music Belgium, and Sony Music Netherlands.

    On the site Pastebin, Lulzsec wrote: "We recently broke into SonyPictures.com and compromised over 1,000,000 users' personal information, including passwords, email addresses, home addresses, dates of birth, and all Sony opt-in data associated with their accounts. Among other things, we also compromised all admin details of Sony Pictures (including passwords) along with 75,000 'music codes' and 3.5 million 'music coupons'."
    The group said they didn't have the resources to copy all the information found, but is posting "samples" to prove their authenticity. The group claims they could have taken more, but that would have taken "several more weeks."

    The files in the download appear to contain names, addresses, e-mail addresses, and passwords, but it was unclear how many were in the sample provided by the group.

    One file labeled Sony BMG Music Entertainment Belgium included this note: "This target gave us LOLs as it provided internal release dates of records, barcodes, sales reports, and plaintext Sony employee passwords."
    Sony did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

    Getting the information was not that complex, Lulzsec claims. The group said it gained access to SonyPictures.com with a single SQL injection.

    "What's worse is that every bit of data we took wasn't encrypted. Sony stored over 1,000,000 passwords of its customers in plaintext, which means it's just a matter of taking it," reads the post. "This is disgraceful and insecure: they were asking for it."

    The group said on Twitter that it will accept contributions in the form of BitCoin virtual currency that will be used to help it do more hacking. BitCoin is a method that allows people to make and receive payments without it being traced back to them.

    People who think they may be affected should change their passwords, change their security questions and keep an eye out on their accounts for any unauthorized activity, as well as be on alert for phishing e-mails that appear to be from Sony.

    "What makes this significant is the customer information is readily available and being shared," said E.J. Hilbert, president of Online Intelligence and a former cybercrime agent for the FBI. "Physical address and phone number are just more pieces of information that could be used by criminals to hijack accounts... There are huge opportunities for identity theft and for spammers and scammers to run different offers."

    Some people were reporting on Internet Relay Chat channels that they were trying some of the passwords on sites like Facebook and were able to get in because of people using the same password on multiple sites, according to Hilbert.

    Sony has increasingly become the target of hackers over the last few months. In early April the activist hacker group Anonymous hacked into several Sony Web sites as supposed retribution for Sony's legal suit against George Hotz, who had been helping others jailbreak their PlayStation 3 consoles.

    But that was minor compared to the security breach that took place between April 17 and 19 that allowed still unnamed hackers to make off with the personal data of more than 100 million customers of Sony's PlayStation Network, Qriocity entertainment service, and online gaming network Sony Online.

    Sony was forced to shut down PSN for more than three weeks while it hired security experts, worked with the FBI on a forensic investigation, and rebuilt the security of its gaming and entertainment network. Parts of the service returned in mid-May. The final piece of PSN, the PlayStation Store, was reactivated late last night.

    The attacks on Sony would seem to indicate lax practices on Sony's part, said Beth Givens, director of the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse. "These repeated Sony attacks are an object lesson for all companies," she said. "Sony has reported that it uses industry standards for security. If that's true, then perhaps it is time to re-evaluate and even go beyond such standards."

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    Default Re: SONY just cant have a break from hackers.

    This is very very bad!

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    Default Re: SONY just cant have a break from hackers.

    Oh boy, the end of Sony? Not good, not good at all!

    Sony didn't even encrypt user passwords! And how can such huge sites be so easy to break into!

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    Default Re: SONY just cant have a break from hackers.

    Where am i gonna get UC if SONY ends

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    Default Re: SONY just cant have a break from hackers.

    Quote Originally Posted by W1C|<3D View Post
    Where am i gonna get UC if SONY ends
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