Originally Posted by Squirrel
I will leave it up to you to go back and read the news stories. I really can't be bothered to spoon feed everything that's already been chewed over a thousand times over and over in every single Sony thread.
If you actually read every single Sony thread, you'd know that I've posted in every single Sony thread.
You know nothing of the security measures that Sony had employed other than that of the CC data being encrypted and the member info not. Which is practically how most of the time it works. Recall the Epsilon breach last month? I do, and that involved even people like Disney.
You for some reason think that this couldn't have happened to anyone else and only Sony. It's quite funny. That there is a fullproof security system lol
This is the first time PSN has ever had a security breach. It's kind of like the PS3 itself. The whole GeoHot thing was the first time the PS3 ever had a security breach with the CFW, and yet people like you seem to disregard anything else that has ever happened to anyone else.
If the bank leaves its vault open, security cameras turned off, alarm turned off and someone walks in, then yes the bank is to blame.
You have no evidence this is what occurred.Edited by OmegaNemesis28 - 4/28/11 at 8:18am