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Originally Posted by -iceblade^ View Post
if these chaps get caught they'll go to jail most likely. i wonder if they'll find it so fun in there...
I doubt they would go to jail - Sony was negligent in securing their system in the first place. I've seen this before, with the FBI goons coming around and scaring the kiddies, but really, they can't do anything because they hadn't bothered to lock the door.
post #52 of 97
Better unfollow @lulzsec if you want to be allowed into the US any time in the next half-century.
post #53 of 97
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Better unfollow @lulzsec if you want to be allowed into the US any time in the next half-century.
But I like following lulzsec
post #54 of 97
I suppose they couldn't kick you out for that. lol
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I think Infragard Atlanta are rebuilding their site. You know... after we removed everything by accident when drunk. :x #oops
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We just DDoS'd the IP that tried to inject us. Let it flow, it floats back to you...
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Someone is trying to SQL inject our static pages on LulzSecurity.com - we can see you trying it, you are really embarrassing yourself. <3
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We're not targeting Nintendo. We like the N64 too much - we sincerely hope Nintendo plugs the gap. This is just for lulz. <3
post #56 of 97
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Lulzsec claims the Sony hack was the product of a simple SQL injection, the “most primitive and common vulnerability†that allowed it to access “everything.â€

“What’s worse is that every bit of data we took wasn’t encrypted,†it adds. “Sony stored over 1,000,000 passwords of its customers in plaintext, which means it’s just a matter of taking it. This is disgraceful and insecure: they were asking for it.â€
If Sony isn't taking any precautions whatsoever, then they deserve to be hacked left and right.
The customers that had their info splattered all over TPB DID NOT deserve that.
It's one thing to expose a problem, which Sony security has, but it's quite another to compromise peoples' info by blatantly posting it on a torrent site.
There is right AND wrong in this.
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They are at it again... fake hacker attacks set up by arrogant puppet-masters who think the youth using these affected systems will run scared into the arms of their government crying for a more secure internet where everyone is watched. We're not that stupid.


But seriously, I love conspiracies. They are always a good laugh
post #58 of 97
So, I had to edited my post because it was a bit vulgar, but I think I can sum it all up in one sentence.

Lulzsec is getting the reaction it wants from people so they basically won, they are getting all the lulz.

Reading through this thread has give my morning full of laughs.
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Just WOW sony seriously has trouble learning what basic security is. Sony been hacked so many times and they just don't learn at all.

http://attrition.org/security/rants/...a_sownage.html



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Legacy Sony Events


Given the recent testimony from Tim Schaaff, President of Sony Network Entertainment International, one may be led to believe that Sony has been proactive in their digital security. Schaaff told the Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade, part of the House of Representatives Energy & Commerce Committee, that "Sony Network Entertainment and Sony Online Entertainment have always made concerted and substantial efforts to maintain and improve their data security systems." Looking at a brief, and very likely incomplete, history of Sony's hacking problems, this statement seems absurd.

Schaaff goes on to say "The attack on us was, we believe, unprecedented in its size and scope." With the string of recent high-profile attacks against Lockheed Martin, RSA Security, and HBGary Federal (by the same group allegedly involved in the Sony PSN hack), this comment seems disingenuous. Further, between 2001-02-05 and 2001-05-05, Sony was attacked and compromised 11 times. While this is a slightly bigger time frame than the recent activity (2011-04-17 to 2011-06-02), given the first run was in 2001 and attacks were arguably less frequent (while defacements were considered high profile and got a lot of attention), can Sony really back up this comment?DateDescription
1999-11-28Sony Panama website defaced (Requires Auth)
2000-11-29Sony Chile website defaced (Requires Auth)
2000-12-22Sony Mexixco website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-01-01SonyStyle Mexico website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-02-05Sony Italy website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-02-18Sony Taiwan website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-02-28Sony Korea website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-03-17Sony Chile website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-03-18Sony France website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-03-27Sony Semiconductor website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-03-29Sony Computing Knowledge Base website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-04-03Sony Music Store defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-04-11Sony TrainNet website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-05-01Sony TV Brazil website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-05-05Sony India website defaced (Requires Auth)
2006-05-31Sony BMG IT / UK websites defaced
2006-06-06Sony Music UK website defaced
2006-08-15Sony Philippines website defaced
2009-04-21Sony New Zealand website defaced
2009-05-13Sony Pictures Uganda website defaced
2009-05-28Unauthorized copies of customers credit cards were emailed to an outside account
2009-06-03Sony Rewards (sonyrewards.com) Breach
2009-06-19Sony Music Philippines website defaced
2009-07-31Sony BMG Brazil website defaced
2009-07-31Sony Music Brazil website defaced
2009-10-15Sony Music Korea website defaced
2009-10-15Sony BMG Music Hungary website defaced
2009-10-15Sony Music Hungary website defaced
2009-12-06Sony Photocontest Iran website defaced
2009-12-11Sony Walkman India website defaced
2010-03-23Sony Pictures Argentina website defaced
2010-03-23Sony Music Germany (afh.sonymusic.de) website defaced
2010-05-26Sony BMG Netherlands (uc.sonybmg.nl) website defaced
2010-09-19Sony Music Store (Celine Dione site) website defaced
2010-09-20Sony Music Store (Bob Dylan site) website defaced
2010-11-??Sony Music Brazil website defaced (Remains defaced until 2011-06-04)
2010-11-12Sony BMG Brazil website defaced
2010-11-12Sony Music Brazil website defaced
2010-12-01Sony Club Iran (sonyclub.sony.co.ir) website defaced
2010-12-27Sony Iran (babyphoto.sony.co.ir) website defaced
2011-01-17Sony PS3 hackers make Modern Warfare 2 'unplayable'
2011-02-01Sony Music Czech Republic (sonymusic.cz) website defaced
2011-02-19PS3 Hackers Can Now Unban Themselves

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Well from business pov:

1. They stole our info but we don't know what are they doing, and they didn't show any proof. We're in ****ty situation, but we can keep it quiet and weasel out of this one.

2. They stole our info and released it to everyone on the net. We're ****ed, lawsuits incoming, people loosing trust in our company. We will be hurting.

All of this is the result of bottom dollar winning over best customer interests. There will be a lot of innocent victims, but it has to be done if we want to have more secure Internet, since you can't just tell corps to have better security when they don't see any possible threats.




If your bank kept your money on a table in open room no cameras, only protection would be closed but not locked doors who would you blame? The thief or the bank for being a complete brain damaged retard for doing such complex level of security?

I would be pissed as hell at the thief for having my money stolen until i find out what the bank did to protect my investments, then i would be only mad at the bank since if he followed the best practices it would have never happened.
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I would be mad at the thieves if the bank was using a vault. Problem is... Sony didn't and continues not to use a "vault". In fact, they left the money piled high on the teller's desk making it easy to steal if that person is distracted.
You took a statement and bent it to to your liking....good job .
 
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