Tuesday, 3 May 2011

PSN hacked... Again



Sony on Tuesday admitted that an extra 25 million customers on PSN have had their personal details stolen and that they were taken before the theft of 77 million peoples' details on the PSN. The dataset was stolen on 16 and 17 April, before the PSN break-in, which occurred from 17 to 19 April. Sony said that it had not previously thought that the data was copied by the hackers who broke into its systems. Well, it just keeps getting worse for Sony and all PS3 users.

What are your thoughts on this? Comment below!

12 comments:

  1. They are releasing the bad news in small bits...

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  2. Seriously, who now will buy anything from them?

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  3. I have been getting some weird phone calls and spam texts recently. I wonder if its related?

    I just want to play online again.

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  4. Yeah, Sony can't afford network security. LOL!

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  5. Again, again and again... Good to use XBOX :)

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  6. You should sell your consoles and buy a decent gaming PC; the only time we go offline is when there is no internet at all :p

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  7. someone called me from mexico, i was'nt be able to understand what he said :/
    First spammers?

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