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sony claims that the credit card info was encrypted and was "likely" not breached. then again, they probably believed PSN would never be breached either

http://www.gamespot.com/news/6310549...es%3Btitle%3B2
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Originally Posted by Pibbz View Post
I think it's more likely that it was your wife.
Its possible. The bank could not even track the purchases for some reason the purchases were deducted b an unknown source. The bank issues my cash back so it could of been many things, PSN, the wife, avon or something. I will find out when someone calls and wants there money for something she purchased lol
according to this source someone had 2,000 charged on his Credit Card from an unknown source.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2...28/3202046.htm

video: http://www.abc.net.au/news/video/2011/04/28/3201912.htm
Edited by 4LC4PON3 - 4/28/11 at 3:01pm
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Originally Posted by kourgath View Post
fear mongering like this is not helpful, there is no evidence that credit card data was aquired and per latest reports it's highly unlikely that they could have not only accessed the cc database but they also didn't have time to dwonload it as well as the personal information that they know was accessed.
Sure. this "Fear Mongering" Its not helpful... Maybe to you.
Anyone that had used their CreditCard on PSN will find this very helpful. Your's its only ONE opinion.

"There is no evidence that credit cards data was aquired"

Are you serious? Do you think Sony will Disclosed this infomation just like that? HELL NO. Do you know they took 6 days to state that the network was acctualy attacked? They had been saying that PSN was under maintenance when it was acctualy under attack from the outside. Besides, there is evidence. I read some articles about some people reporting unknown charges in their Credit Cards.
If you can't see the truth, most likely your stupid.
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Those credit card hacks where to pay the bitcoins scam.
They are working on cracking credit card encryptions on sony's database with their graphic card.
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and what about this guy who seen $2,000 in charges he was even on the news.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2...28/3202046.htm

video: http://www.abc.net.au/news/video/2011/04/28/3201912.htm
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To bad you cant login to change our password or anything right now...
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