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    What people blaming Geohotz and the "hackers" seem to be missing...

    in Sony Discussion on 28 April 2011

    rocketpig said: imaprettyhotguy said:How the hell do you still not understand what I said wow, this is just getting so frustrating trying to make you understand simple concepts, the CC database was more secrue and it's possible passwords were the only thing encrypted on the personal one, how hard is that for you to understand    Because they said the database was unencrypted....

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    Gnizmo said: imaprettyhotguy said: Yeah I'm done arguing with someone who thinks their assumptions are facts, I operate on assumptions sometimes too but I never pretend it's a fact and if the assumption is later proved incorrect I alter my views accordingly, in your case you'd probably just stop tallking and go hide somewhere until people forget  Better than arguing with...

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    rocketpig said: imaprettyhotguy said: rocketpig said: imaprettyhotguy said: rocketpig said: Grimes said: Is it out of the realm of possibility that the hackers could have stolen the encryption keys? If they took the encryption key, Sony wouldn't be saying the CC data should be safe. That would mean that the hacker(s) had full access to that particular database and could...

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    rocketpig said: imaprettyhotguy said: rocketpig said: imaprettyhotguy said: Gnizmo said: imaprettyhotguy said: You said the word practically so likely you are just putting your own spin on the fact that they said their telling you to change your pass and you just assumed it's unencripted and there is nothing in it about them admiting they were unprotected and the...

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    Gnizmo said: imaprettyhotguy said: Assumption is assumption stop basing things on assumptions  Sony is posting assumptiong now? Seems strange. The personal data table was unencrypted, and thats where the passwords were stored. That isn't an assumption. Thats fact. Yeah I'm done arguing with someone who thinks their assumptions are facts, I operate on assumptions...

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    What people blaming Geohotz and the "hackers" seem to be missing...

    in Sony Discussion on 28 April 2011

    rocketpig said: imaprettyhotguy said: rocketpig said: Grimes said: Is it out of the realm of possibility that the hackers could have stolen the encryption keys? If they took the encryption key, Sony wouldn't be saying the CC data should be safe. That would mean that the hacker(s) had full access to that particular database and could have jacked the card numbers without much...

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    What people blaming Geohotz and the "hackers" seem to be missing...

    in Sony Discussion on 28 April 2011

    rocketpig said: imaprettyhotguy said: Gnizmo said: imaprettyhotguy said: You said the word practically so likely you are just putting your own spin on the fact that they said their telling you to change your pass and you just assumed it's unencripted and there is nothing in it about them admiting they were unprotected and the worse PR is every article saying it's the worst...

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    in Sony Discussion on 28 April 2011

    rocketpig said: Grimes said: Is it out of the realm of possibility that the hackers could have stolen the encryption keys? If they took the encryption key, Sony wouldn't be saying the CC data should be safe. That would mean that the hacker(s) had full access to that particular database and could have jacked the card numbers without much effort. Assuming they use the same key for CC...

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    If you had stolen 77 million credit card numbers, what would you do next?

    in Sony Discussion on 28 April 2011

    I'd take 2 cents from every card, bank writes it off as accounting error and I get 1.54 million ...

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    What people blaming Geohotz and the "hackers" seem to be missing...

    in Sony Discussion on 28 April 2011

    Gnizmo said: imaprettyhotguy said: You said the word practically so likely you are just putting your own spin on the fact that they said their telling you to change your pass and you just assumed it's unencripted and there is nothing in it about them admiting they were unprotected and the worse PR is every article saying it's the worst breach of personal info in history when there...

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    Gnizmo said: imaprettyhotguy said: You don't need the key, you can break it without the key Technically, no you can't. Breaking it would require you figure out what the key is in order to make it work.   Without the key you would just have random gibberish. It would be impossible to get anything meaningful without a key. I have to again advise against using terms you are...

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    youarebadatgames said: imaprettyhotguy said: Gnizmo said: imaprettyhotguy said: Yes they would, encryptions can be broken they have no way of knowing if the hacker has the ability or the tools or the will to break it  By the time the encryption is broken the password is changed, and your work is null and void. There is no point in taking encrypted passwords. Thats...

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    Gnizmo said: imaprettyhotguy said: You really don't understand the word worse do you I do, but you have nothing to back it up. Where is this worse PR? Show it to me. As for your question about the encryption info, well you might want to check the PS blog agan. Do you need another link? You said the word practically so likely you are just putting your own spin on the fact...

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    rocketpig said: Gnizmo said: rocketpig said: You don't really understand how encryption works. You need the key. The key changes. You can always crak the encryption given enough time. Give it a few weeks to potentially years and they can get what the password used to be. Exactly. Without breaking the encryption immediately (or within whatever specified timeline used by...

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    What people blaming Geohotz and the "hackers" seem to be missing...

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    rocketpig said: imaprettyhotguy said:Yes they would, encryptions can be broken they have no way of knowing if the hacker has the ability or the tools or the will to break it  You don't really understand how encryption works. You need the key. The key changes. You don't need the key, you can break it without the key...

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    Gnizmo said: Ail said: A lot of people are acting like this is the biggest hack ever. It isn't like I posted earlier in this thread. There have been bigger hacks in the last 5 years that stole more sensitive information ( like 100 million confirmed credit card accounts , some of them with SSN and personall information). This is just the one with the most publicity.... And it every previous...

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    What people blaming Geohotz and the "hackers" seem to be missing...

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    Gnizmo said: imaprettyhotguy said: Yes they would, encryptions can be broken they have no way of knowing if the hacker has the ability or the tools or the will to break it  By the time the encryption is broken the password is changed, and your work is null and void. There is no point in taking encrypted passwords. Thats why you encrypt the passwords. Also, it is known now...

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    Gnizmo said: imaprettyhotguy said: Nope you can have no defenses and still not get hacked if people don't try, and what standard are you talking about, Sony is getting worse PR then all those other ones and they lost less and no they didn't tell users right away one guy in this thread pointed out that other ones told weeks to months for people to be told with actual CC information...

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    rocketpig said: imaprettyhotguy said: fordy said: BMaker11 said: A question to those saying that Sony's security is bad or that they were negligent: Do you know how Sony's security works? How was the hack carried out? Could you have hacked PSN? I mean, Sony just doesn't care about our sensitive information and their security is so weak, right?  How many of you work in IT and...

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    Industry to Nintendo, "We finally got you."

    in Nintendo Discussion on 28 April 2011

    Mr Khan said: imaprettyhotguy said: Mr Khan said:   You're both right and wrong in one. A good head start can prove to be a gamechanger (see: PS2 vs Xbox and GC, 360 vs PS3), but it can also be surmounted (see: Wii vs 360, SNES vs Genesis). So long as your head start builds momentum behind itself, you can become inaccessible, or at least make it so that it takes competitors...

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