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post #11 of 97
I merged the two threads .
post #12 of 97
Since the FBI is involved means one thing, they will find them and destroy every one of them. If we can find Bin Laden, i don't see how they can find them It's AMERICA! I just think it's stupid to hack Sony for pure fun. Clearly someone needs to do better things on their time. Why do such a stupid thing when you could be outside doing some good deed towards your own community or someone else.
post #13 of 97
I hope they will catch the group and punish every one of them. I don't care how Sony handled the other lawsuit but the group is now targeting all Sony brands. I like Sony's Bravia Tvs and quite a few movies from Sony pictures.
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post #14 of 97
They dumped the database on Pirate Bay...

I can't believe Sony is still storing personally identifiable information in plain text after the PSN hacks. That's about 18 hacks so far Sony has had. When are they going to learn?
post #15 of 97
I think we need to define what's worse here: Millions of users having their data (including mine) on the web for all to see or trusting a cooperation that had low priority for said data.

IMO, the hackers are... for a lack of better euphemisms.... not cool for what they chose to do with the information they obtained. But Sony is un-cooler for not taking the proper initiative to protect their consumers from attacks in the first place considering how big the cooperation is. Clearly some of the money inside the big business is not ending up in the right hands and that needs to change real quick if they ever want me or any other used-to-be Sony consumer to return to their loyal fan base.

With that said, I don't see the reason for calling these people pathetic, idiotic, stupid, etc. since they obviously used a good amount of skill in the hacks (not just talking about sonypictures.com either). Unless your part of the "group", a really badass security expert, or Chuck Norris, you shouldn't be opening your mouth.
post #16 of 97
This might just damage Sony's reputation.
post #17 of 97
Wait, they are hacking the affiliate sites of the FBI? Isn't that going a bit far? Even if Obama said that hacking the U.S. is an act of war, but I think the "act of war" makes sense to me.

So this is how the world ends? Hackers causing problems, then starting a war?
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post #18 of 97
Whoever runs their Twitter makes me laugh.
https://twitter.com/#!/lulzsec
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post #20 of 97
So they are going to release 1 million users details onto the web. The only loser is silly games like this is us, the average Joe.

Both groups are idiots.
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