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LOL you are really putting your "Huge College" education to great use here... NOT! Your parents would cry at the lackluster results of intelligence their big bucks seem to be buying you. Notice it says AUSTIN in my location as well. Politically, Austin is one the few liberal cities in Texas and is full of people of all diversity. Way to fail in your assumption there you ignorant oomay. Last time I checked, performing a cyberattack on a major corporation and maliciously leaking citizen private data is a a felony if you are a citizen and possibly terrorism if you are not a citizen or an immigrant. Tell you what kid, take your recent membership and your crappy posts and **** to some site where hacking into corporations and compromising data of INNOCENT peopl are OK. I say, every year the new members joining OCN just gets dumber and dumber.
Spare me your little dribble, TERRORISM...

P.S: I never said I supported it, I mocked your use of TERRORISM.

also, cursing is against the TOS.

Unlike you, I have read it.

P.S: In socialism my college is free.
Edited by ByteFail - 6/5/11 at 11:22am
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Lets pretend that OCN gets hacked due to a zero day exploit for Apache, and the hackers get all of our email addresses. Do we blame OCN for using faulty software, do we blame the Apache foundation for releasing the faulty software, or do we blame the criminals who stole our data?
The problem is that this wasn't a 0day exploit. This was very basic SQL injection. They should've been able to avoid this.
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Riddle me this.

A child get survives multiple assassination attempts before birth, one with a blade almost coming into contact with the mothers skin.

The mother runs, houses are burnt in attempt to get her.

This man finds legal holes and buys expensive lawyers to secure the kid ends up with him, the mother goes into hiding, she is found and protected by a couple strangers.

She then runs before a court meeting in which he would have her legally forced to stay nearby.

She runs from him, and the child is born. However she wanted her kid to see the man that was his father so that no confusion could be on his mind, and so that he would feel he wasn't receiving bad information.

She sends him to meet his father in texas, where in he is taught that his father hates gays, blacks, muslims and more..

His buddies feel the same about those people, and the child is beaten for things he has not done.. then has the cops called on him after he left and he is told that there is a legal case on him that claims that he raped a 3 year old.

He has officers speak to him over and over, until one woman comes and sees the truth he speaks. She believes him and puts it down "It is impossible that this child could have ever done it."

The child now has to go back to this place and talk to this sibling, which he doesn't even know their names anymore.

He has to tell her that it never happened, so his coincience can be cleared.

So when you speak about my parents you silly little man, you know nothing of what I have been through. I know Austin, a side you can never even dream of...

Spare me your little dribble, TERRORISM...

And fool... P.S: I never said I supported it, I mocked your use of TERRORISM.

also, cursing is against the TOS.

Unlike you, I have read it.

P.S: In socialism my college is free.
did you edit this because you realized it made little to no sense?
    
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The problem is that this wasn't a 0day exploit. This was very basic SQL injection. They should've been able to avoid this.
the other problem is... if these people didn't hack it... would it have ever been hacked?

These people do it because they want to prove they can do something, and that they are better than other people.

There is no reason why this should have been hacked by this group just to post the information on the internet.
    
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find myself more and more looking at the comments for entertainment
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Ask yourself this, if these people didn't make it public knowledge. Sony could have been hacked, and no one would have known about it.
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Ask yourself this, if these people didn't make it public knowledge. Sony could have been hacked, and no one would have known about it.
Don't care. They hacked it. They are not heroes because they showed that Sony's security wasn't strong enough. They are the ones that took people's information and put it on the web. If they didn't hack it.... It wouldn't be on the internet right now.

If they had left it alone, it wouldn't be an issue. I don't care that Sony screwed up. I care that these people decided it was okay to go in, take people's information and put it on the web.

Thieves don't publish information to glorify themselves... they keep it on a low profile... Terrorists and kids are the ones that draw attention to themselves.
    
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the other problem is... if these people didn't hack it... would it have ever been hacked?

These people do it because they want to prove they can do something, and that they are better than other people.

There is no reason why this should have been hacked by this group just to post the information on the internet.
It's better for Sony to find out this way than to have someone with malicious intent steal the data and use it without notifying everyone. This type of situation also makes other companies update their defenses.

The best (and most dangerous) hacks are the ones nobody ever finds out about.

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As for the public display of the information, I think that it's probably the best way to wake companies up and let them know that this is a serious problem. If they giggled about it and Sony closed their security holes, you wouldn't see every other big company in the world updating their defenses. It'd just be a Sony blunder.
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Is that group any related to Anonymous? They have some skills there
    
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It's better for Sony to find out this way than to have someone with malicious intent steal the data and use it without notifying everyone. This type of situation also makes other companies update their defenses.

The best (and most dangerous) hacks are the ones nobody ever finds out about.

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As for the public display of the information, I think that it's probably the best way to wake companies up and let them know that this is a serious problem. If they giggled about it and Sony closed their security holes, you wouldn't see every other big company in the world updating their defenses. It'd just be a Sony blunder.
I disagree. You do not have to post a million people's information on the internet to prove you did something. But if you support people hacking companies then posting your information on the web... more power to you.
    
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