Max King of the Wild said:
Hyruken said:
Max King of the Wild said:
Hyruken said:
psrock said:
Hyruken said:
psrock said:
M.U.G.E.N said:

bla blah blah can't believe some losers support these losers and their actions..pathetic. Fr a moment take off your let's hate on the xx game company glasses. This is harming PEOPLE! how blind can some people an be. this is cyber terrorism and I HOPE they pay in due time..that is all


That's the crazy thing, we have some internet terrorists going crazy attacking websites, and people are blaming the websites. These thugs need to stop and sadly I fear we are going to lose our privacy to fix this. 

But you don't see it happening to other sites psrock? What the hackers do is sad and should not be supported. However they only reason they are doing it is because Sony say they are secure when clearly they are not. If they had gone about things in a different way they would not be the target they are. I bet they regret opening the can of worms now bigtime has it has ended up costing them millions and by the looks of things it is not over. Sony need to get serious and start spending on better security. If it means charging a small monthly fee then i am sure most people would be happy to pay it. While Sony are not to blame for this whole situation you have to say they have not helped the situation. It could of been avoided.

PBS was hacked yesterday, gmail is going through some as well, this isn't a Sony thing, it's serious. No compay is getting attacked like them though. People think their companies is so much better just better hope the haCKERS don't attack. 


PBS had a news piece put up, and Gmail had a phising hack. They didn't get hold of the details. Very different from someone breaking in and stealing millions of users credit card and passwords....


no one has stolen any credit cards...

We were talking about the hacks at Sony in general not just this one.

Over on gaf they have a lot more info about it then this thread. Some are saying that people who downloaded the details have been able to gain access to facebook accounts because people use the same passwords for lot's of places they visit. I think the big question here is why did they have the details stored on the server? What were they for? Some speculate that it could be connected to regestering a product or purchasing something from the Sony store. Either way while credit cards were not stolen this time name/address/dob/password was. Which to hackers is a lot of information to use to screw you over.


I dont see anywhere on the sonypictures website where i can register my name. also according to the screen shot the most used city is from a town with a population of 3,000 and the most used birthdates are 70-80 years old


According to gaf there was a website but it was taken down.  So i imagine Sony took it down for obvious reasons.