Sownage continues this time with over 1 million users info stolen

Thats right, Sony still hasn’t learned anything. LulzSec has yet again with an easy SQL injection been able to penetrate Sony Pictures information. Not only did they claim how easy it was but even in the download of the file that not only contains all the passwords but also 3.5 million music codes the SQLi link for others to use. The next question is when will there PSN hack be publicized by them as to what they’ve done as they’ve clearly set there sights on Sony and wont let go.

What’s worse is that every bit of data we took wasn’t encrypted. Sony stored over 1,000,000 passwords of its customers in plaintext, which means it’s just a matter of taking it. This is disgraceful and insecure: they were asking for it.

Groups like these have been hacking Sony and have stated that they’ll keep hacking Sony. My only question is how long before Sony caves in and says enough and actually does something about it like, HAVE BETTER SECURITY.

They have possibly started a new wave of “hackers” who’ll turn to Twitter to flaunt there exploits. Whats worse is they even “notified” Sony that this was going on and yet again no one did anything about it to stop it.


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  1. see other comment, but we’ve always run a lot of tech news that has nothing to do with Android just the way Laptop Magazine (for which I’m a writer) writes about stuff outside of Laptops, sorry to upset your chemical balance 😉

  2. We’ve always run a lot of tech stories that have nothing to do with Android. Just like Laptop Magazine runs a lot of stories that aren’t about laptops

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