The attack which knocked the PlayStation Network (PSN) and Xbox Live offline over Christmas appears to have been a publicity stunt, designed to gain notoriety and draw attention to the hacking group which has claimed responsibility – Lizard Squad.
Barack Obama promises that the United States will respond to the Sony hack, and North Korea drops off the internet. Is there a connection?
Following the release of confidential documents and four unreleased films, as reported by We Live Security here, the bad news for Sony continued as it was reported that the company’s own PlayStation servers were used to distribute the stolen data, The Independent reports.
Today, June 8th Sony Pictures published a consumer alert on their site http://www.sonypictures.com/corp/consumeralert.html. The alert is about the data breach that was not discovered by Sony, but rather shoved in Sony’s face on June 2nd and specific details were confirmed by the Associated Press on June 3rd. Despite the fact that it was confirmed that
I wonder if that is a coincidence that Sony Corporation of America is looking for a Senior Network Systems Administrator considering an Associated Press article reported that victims of the latest Sony Pictures data breach have confirmed that the information that the blackhat group “Lulz Security” leaked was real information that did come from Sony
In the wake of the massive PlayStation/Qriocity data breach Sony has announced that they will be providing a 1 year complimentary ID theft protection service through a company called Debix. In addition to the ID theft protection Sony is offering other “gestures” of goodwill. This all sounds good on the outside and the ID theft
Recent additions to SCMagazine's Cybercrime Corner blog include: "Password strategies: Who goes there?" by David Harley, May 23, 2011 Password selection usually involves compromise, but even a short password can be reasonably strong and still memorable. This follows up at some length on a previous ESET blog by Paul Laudanski. "Fighting cybercrime" by Randy Abrams,
Yes, it is Sony again. This time it is their Canada web site and their Japan website. According to thehackernews.com, which I cannot vouch for, this is the 10th Sony hack. While we don’t know how the PlayStation Network hack happened, we do have some information about how some of the other attacks were performed
In life one cannot reload a particular scene; however, in gaming one certainly can. This is an unfortunate time for Sony PlayStation and customers due to the recent breach. Anecdotal reports are now coming in that Sony PlayStation who opened up their gaming ecosystem recently has now potentially fallen to a password reset hack. This