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Originally Posted by Ecchi-BANZAII!!! View Post
So if I find the people doing this, can I use petrol, lighter and chains on them?
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YES! but hopefully they get worse these people make me so mad
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When will someone shoot those peole at last ?
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The people who had their information released aren't lolzing.

At this point Sony needs to hire an independent IT security company to audit their websites. I don't blame Sony for these hackings. However, they need to fix these known issues like what they did for PSN. For years they haven't had hacking issues like this, and most likely their IT department has been following their in house security guidelines.
See, here is the problem. The Entire Point of the hacking by LulSec (this does not include the original PSN hack for those who don't know) is to point out to you, the customers that Sony is not to be trusted with your personal information! They have hacked Sony what, 6, 7, 11teen times now, using basically the same method, a method that has been known and fixed for years, yet Sony won't take their big fat wallet out of their pocket long enough to pay someone to update their server software. Sony has absolutely no intention of even trying to secure your personal info, hell they had all your passwords, addresses, emails etc. in a damn PLAIN TEXT file, it wasn't even badly encrypted, it was not encrypted at all, just lying there on the damn server running software with extremely well known SQL injection exploits and other security flaws. Don't shoot the messenger people, save your rage for those that truly deserve it, Sony. I can't believe that after repeated demonstrations proving that Sony is criminally negligent with your personal data that every one of these customer is not ready to run Sony out of town on a rail for this, they blame the very people that showed them the truth....

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I can't be the only one who thinks this is awesome, can I?
Nope....
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post #52 of 72
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Na probably not. They could be outside the US. That alone will render the chance of them being caught almost negligible.

Btw what was Sony doing during all that "infrastructure" upgrade. Were they faking it hoping the hackers won't try again
Being outside the US is not much protection.... remember the I love you worm? The guys who wrote that were caught in the Philippines - at the time there were no laws there against what they did so they ended up not in prison. However that was 11 years ago and since then laws have changed a bit.

I expect that the US government will treat this as a terrorist attack. They are not talking about it but that does not mean they are ignoring it. The potential economic damage if this continues is just too large. Not only the US government but also every other developed nations government will not just let this go....

edit: actually things might be alot worse for these guys if they are not in the US. If they are in a country where civil rights are not exactly respected... it could be very bad for them.
Edited by nub - 6/8/11 at 11:10am
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Originally Posted by Socks keep you warm View Post
Lulzsec wilol be very hard to catch, with there resources they either
A) Have some IP blocking thing where you try and find there location but it bounces
B) they are moving location everyday.
That didn't stop the government from finding Bin Laden, he hid a lot and moved a lot too.

Don't underestimate the power of America's determination my friend.
Edited by 78@pwnt4lif3 - 6/8/11 at 11:38am
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Lulzsec is now my security audit company. It'll be hard to defeat them.
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That didn't stop the government from finding Bin Laden, he hid a lot and moved a lot too.

Don't underestimate the power of America's determination my friend.
They knew who Bin Laden was, and knew his approximate location.

And you can't possibly be comparing the tragedy of 9/11 to hacking a website.
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i bet your not one of those who lost valuable info because of sony right???
Oh noes someone has my encrypted info that's not even enough to make a credit card purchase, I'M SO CONCERNED.

EDIT: Oh... wait... I'm not concerned because most of the info leaked is public knowledge anyways. -_-
Edited by OwnedINC - 6/8/11 at 12:02pm
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It'll be cheaper for Sony to hire a firing squad...
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We just took Sony on as a massive multi-million £ client at work :/
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See, here is the problem. The Entire Point of the hacking by LulSec (this does not include the original PSN hack for those who don't know) is to point out to you, the customers that Sony is not to be trusted with your personal information! They have hacked Sony what, 6, 7, 11teen times now, using basically the same method, a method that has been known and fixed for years, yet Sony won't take their big fat wallet out of their pocket long enough to pay someone to update their server software. Sony has absolutely no intention of even trying to secure your personal info, hell they had all your passwords, addresses, emails etc. in a damn PLAIN TEXT file, it wasn't even badly encrypted, it was not encrypted at all, just lying there on the damn server running software with extremely well known SQL injection exploits and other security flaws. Don't shoot the messenger people, save your rage for those that truly deserve it, Sony. I can't believe that after repeated demonstrations proving that Sony is criminally negligent with your personal data that every one of these customer is not ready to run Sony out of town on a rail for this, they blame the very people that showed them the truth....



Nope....
The issue is this: By "showing us the truth" they have released the personal information of civilians onto the internet. I don't believe that they have gone about this in the right way. If they really cared about protecting the "people" they should have had a private disclosure with Sony. Instead they want the attention.

At this point we also don't know who programed these websites. Did Sony contract the programing of these sites to another company? How easy is it to fix the programing issues that are allowing these attacks?
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Oh noes someone has my encrypted info that's not even enough to make a credit card purchase, I'M SO CONCERNED.

EDIT: Oh... wait... I'm not concerned because most of the info leaked is public knowledge anyways. -_-
The point is that the info was NOT encrypted, not at all. The data LolzSec released was not that big a deal, and that was intentional. But the entire Sony infrastructure is this way, all you data, including the stuff that can be used to make purchases and commit identity fraud, is exceptionally vulnerable and Sony could give a carp less.
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