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Report: Sony hit with second attack, loses 12,700 credit card numbers
Report: Sony hit with second attack, loses 12,700 credit card numbers –
wow these guys are amazing, they can even hack a server whilst its disconnected and off? sounds a bit far-fetched
oh ok its real, sorry I thought you were on about psn again! this time its the SOE network. Oh dear bad year for sony :O
EDIT: also they claim its from an outdated no longer used database from 2008 or something... another serious breach of the data protection act in the UK "data should not be kept longer than necessary".
This s reallybad for sony people will be frustrated to not have psn for another month or two now i can see if its true.
I think its osama binladens brother out for revenge after finding out he got done with the psn credit card breach
Sony's PlayStation Network is offline, this attack was on Sony Online Entertainment, completely different networks. This attack is confirmed to be true.
Originally Posted by BillyG
Outdated credit card numbers along with the missing security codes, makes them pretty much useless.
In addition, credit and debit card numbers and expiration dates (but not credit card security codes
) for about 12,700 non-U.S. customers that was in an "outdated" database from 2007
, and about 10,700 direct debit records listing bank account numbers of customers in Germany, Austria, Netherlands and Spain may have been stolen, the statement said.
There is no evidence that our main credit card database was compromised.
10,700 debit records may have been stolen.
The database is from 2007. So does that mean the information is 5 years old. Or just the system running is 5 years old.
Sony Online Entertainment was formed in 1998, I would safely assume the information is 5 years old.
Originally Posted by XxRaVeNxX
Let's state your assumption is correct, but isn't it against the law for them to have information for this long, whether it's outdated or not.
hacker's revenge!, sony is going down
sony is the epic FAIL of 2011