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WTH is going on with SONY.. i dont get it

this is something beyond a simple hack
Ever stare at the led lights lights at the bottom of the Ps3? I don't get it either.
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Records including names, email addresses and encrypted passwords were taken by an outside party, the company said in a statement late Tuesday.
Well, at least the passwords were encrypted...that's a step up for Sony.
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This is just sad, Sony need to go out, apologize and claim that they were wrong in their taunting and actions. E3 is the perfect place for that, than bring back other OS.
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This is getting quite ridiculous.
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You do realize that since these hackers are committing felony identity theft, when they are caught, many of them will be sentenced extremely harshly. Most likely years in jail and thousands of dollars of restitution per credit card number and address. All for what? To prove a point about Sony?
post #16 of 37
*sob*

LEAVE SONY ALONE! RIGHT NOW....I MEAN IT.
post #17 of 37
Damnnn

That is nuts. 3 times now?
post #18 of 37
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You do realize that since these hackers are committing felony identity theft, when they are caught, many of them will be sentenced extremely harshly. Most likely years in jail and thousands of dollars of restitution per credit card number and address. All for what? To prove a point about Sony?
I guess they're banking on the fact they WONT be caught
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You do realize that since these hackers are committing felony identity theft, when they are caught, many of them will be sentenced extremely harshly. Most likely years in jail and thousands of dollars of restitution per credit card number and address. All for what? To prove a point about Sony?
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Idahca, a Lebanese hacking group, claimed responsibility for the attack and said contents have been leaked via Facebook and Twitter.
I kinda doubt the Lebanese regime will do much to try and catch them.
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With the FBI now involved, there is little doubt that they found. Despite hackers best attempts, there will always be traces back to them. I don't care how many proxies they use, or how many addresses they spoof, there is almost always a way to trace it back to them, it might be a tedious road, but the FBI will eventually get their man. The U.S. got Osama, and he was a lot more careful then any of these punks.
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