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Anonymous Claims To Have Hacked Sony PSN Again 239

Posted by samzenpus
from the we're-back dept.
hypnosec writes "Anonymous has claimed a new attack on Sony's PlayStation Network, and this time around it seems they have information from nearly 10 million user accounts. As a proof of the hack they dumped more than 3000 credentials online in the form of a pastebin post. The notorious hacktivist group is claiming that the entire set of hacked credentials contains over 10 million PSN accounts and that the file is of around 50GB." Update: 08/16 13:12 GMT by S : Sony has denied this claim.
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Anonymous Claims To Have Hacked Sony PSN Again

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  • by Vanderhoth (1582661) on Thursday August 16, 2012 @09:49AM (#41009971)
    I'm sorry, where was I defending Anonymous?

    1) I was stating several events where Sony had done something "Evil". Don't confuse disdain for Sony as approving of Anonymous actions.
    2) I have a PS3, although I haven't used it since the Other OS fiasco, I'm affected by this.
    3) No where has anyone said Anonymous has credit card info, there's a difference between Credentials and Credit Card info

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