Friday, June 3, 2011

Sony's new hacker attack "A million stolen passwords"

ROME - A group of hackers announced embezzling more than a million 'password', email addresses and other personal data SonyPictures introduce into the server. com, according to online reports the BBC. The group that claimed responsibility for the act of cyber-piracy calls himself lulz Security, the same as last month said it was responsible for a raid 'information against the American Fox.

The attack on Sony follows the one brought last April against the Playstation network of the giant Japanese electronics and entertainment, when they were stolen data from about 77 million 'account'. "We recently introduced at the site of SonyPictures. Com and we made plunder more than one million of its users' personal data, including keywords, email addresses and dates of birth, have told the pirates through a message spread via Twitter.

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