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I was going to but a ps3, but until sony gets there junk together then I won't
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I don't see why people are so against this group. Sony said to "bring it on". Don't challenge someone to do something if you can't handle it. Regardless, Sony should be a lot more secure. Sony is a big corporation, they should be keeping peoples information in extremely secure ways, they are handling credit cards and a lot of personal information. Their clients should feel safe and know that by inputting their information, it will be safe.

Basically Sony makes money from these clients, the one thing they could do is make sure the information is kept in a safe way.

If anyone is to blame here, it's Sony for challenging people and not being secure. if you ask people for personal info, you also reassure them that it is safe. In this case, it is not.
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I don't see why people are so against this group. Sony said to "bring it on". Don't challenge someone to do something if you can't handle it. Regardless, Sony should be a lot more secure. Sony is a big corporation, they should be keeping peoples information in extremely secure ways, they are handling credit cards and a lot of personal information. Their clients should feel safe and know that by inputting their information, it will be safe.

Basically Sony makes money from these clients, the one thing they could do is make sure the information is kept in a safe way.

If anyone is to blame here, it's Sony for challenging people and not being secure. if you ask people for personal info, you also reassure them that it is safe. In this case, it is not.
I don't know, the fact that they just released the info of more than a million people should make any sane person want to bring these people to justice, but it seems like a great portion of OCN basement dwelling users treat them as heroes. Oh and Sony never said "bring it on", you probably so this on OCN, the title of the article didn't reflect what the guy from Sony said at all.
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I don't see why people are so against this group. Sony said to "bring it on". Don't challenge someone to do something if you can't handle it. Regardless, Sony should be a lot more secure. Sony is a big corporation, they should be keeping peoples information in extremely secure ways, they are handling credit cards and a lot of personal information. Their clients should feel safe and know that by inputting their information, it will be safe.

Basically Sony makes money from these clients, the one thing they could do is make sure the information is kept in a safe way.

If anyone is to blame here, it's Sony for challenging people and not being secure. if you ask people for personal info, you also reassure them that it is safe. In this case, it is not.
Because it's our information they are releasing. It's the innocent person who wants nothing to do with this. Yes, I can almost see why attacking Sony could be explained, but then releasing everyones details and passwords in public, that is wrong.

That is why I am against this group. In the end it is us that gets bent over.
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Quite honestly, idiots, all of them. I do hope they get caught and punished. It's one thing to hack a company and show up their flaws, it's another to actually release all the data.

I don't see how that makes people pro-cause.
Misinformed.

They only released a small small small amount of information, not all of it.

They did it to prove they did it, so Sony could not deny it.
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Misinformed.

They only released a small small small amount of information, not all of it.

They did it to prove they did it, so Sony could not deny it.
If that's the case, then fair enough. But from what i've read/been told, it was all released in a torrent?
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If that's the case, then fair enough. But from what i've read/been told, it was all released in a torrent?
Well I wouldn't put it past sensationalist media to lie about such things. These people hear the word hacker and they jizz in their pants.
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Well I wouldn't put it past sensationalist media to lie about such things. These people hear the word hacker and they jizz in their pants.
its released on tpb
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Because it's our information they are releasing. It's the innocent person who wants nothing to do with this. Yes, I can almost see why attacking Sony could be explained, but then releasing everyones details and passwords in public, that is wrong.

That is why I am against this group. In the end it is us that gets bent over.
I agree that the information getting released is a touchy thing. My opinion is that the hackers shouldn't have access to it from the get go. If they didn't release said information, than the problem of keeping information in insecure ways would never arise.
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I agree that the information getting released is a touchy thing. My opinion is that the hackers shouldn't have access to it from the get go. If they didn't release said information, than the problem of keeping information in insecure ways would never arise.
I agree, they shouldn't have had access to it, but that doesn't justify it being released after.

Also, anything and everything can be hacked. If you can design it, you can hack it apart. There will never be a 100% safe system, although, it seemed Sony's was even 10%... my first point stands though.
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