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The intrusion of the Playstation Network is not being covered by the media nearly enough. I'm sure there are millions of parents unaware that they're credit information was potentially stolen.

I can officially say I will never buy another Sony console ever. They are handling this terribly.
I think the media has covered this pretty well. My relatives, the LEAST video game knowledgeable (yet alone computer savy), knew about this. Even my parents knew too. I think it's been covered pretty well.

Hell, I think this was covered more so than Epsilon. And Epsilon was WAY worse.
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Well, if it's encrypted, there is no problem right?

Sha-512 seems to be the way to go
Not if the intruders have the key...

I think Sony was covering their ass (in the long run) when they indicated that 2.2 mil PSN members info was compromised. In my own opinion, I don't think a single credit card number will make it out into the wild. While I think Sony is a joke...I don't think they could have screwed up so bad as to let an external group hack right into their system, steal the goods (which were somehow in unencrypted plain text format, all before Sony hits the killswitch. There's no way a multinational conglomerate could be that irresponsible. I hope.
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Lets get this baby moved to Video Game News:
http://arstechnica.com/gaming/news/2...blame-sony.ars

Seems it either is a huge coincidence, or that the multiple reports:
http://www.overclock.net/rumors-unco...first-psn.html

Have some facts behind it.

Anyone here have the same occurrence? I assume that most people on here would have changed their card number now.
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Lets get this baby moved to Video Game News:
http://arstechnica.com/gaming/news/2...blame-sony.ars

Seems it either is a huge coincidence, or that the multiple reports:
http://www.overclock.net/rumors-unco...first-psn.html

Have some facts behind it.

Anyone here have the same occurrence? I assume that most people on here would have changed their card number now.
I doubt any CC info was taken. If it was, then its on the consumer since they didnt cancel their card as soon as they heard about this.
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Damn, I'm going to BOA tomorrow to change my CC card, not taking any chances.
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Now where did I put my credit card.
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Now where did I put my credit card.
If you can't find it but need to know what information is on it, just ask any of the people who have hacked Sony in the last week. It wont take you long to find someone who knows all your private info!
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its funny how gullible Corky is lol

and how easily he jumps to a conclusion then starts hating with his massive claims.
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