Hackers claim another raid on Sony accounts

It was supposed to be the day Sony clawed back some pride. Yesterday morning, the company announced that its PSN network was back online after the biggest hacking attack in history more than a month earlier.Last night, though, the Japanese manufacturer was dealing with another disaster, after hackers claimed to have broken into its network yet again, saying they had stolen more than one million users’ personal account details and posted them online.
www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/hackers-claim-another-raid-on-sony-accounts-2292524.htmlSony network attacked again, hackers claim
A hacker group has claimed it has attacked the Sony network and stolen more than one million passwords, e-mail addresses and other information.Lulz Security said it had broken into servers that run SonyPictures.com.The Japanese electronics giant said it was aware of Lulz Security’s statement and was investigating the claims.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-13636704Hackers attack another Sony network
Sony has been hit by a second massive data breach, hackers claim, another potential embarrassment for a company that is struggling to restore its image following the loss of millions of credit card numbers through its PlayStation Network.The hackers, who call themselves LulzSec, said they pulled off what they described as an elementary attack to highlight Sony’s “disgraceful” security.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2011/jun/03/sony-network-hackers-lulzecSony Pictures Confirms Hacker Attack
Sony Corp.’s movie studio confirmed Friday it had been hit by a hacker attack, and said it was working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation to find the people responsible.”The cybercrime wave that has affected Sony companies and a number of government agencies, businesses and individuals in recent months has hit Sony Pictures as well,” said Sony Pictures Entertainment Chief Executive Michael Lynton and Co-Chairman Amy Pascal in a statement issued by Sony Pictures.
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