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 May 04, 2011 - 02:31 PM - by Michael
* Sony Blames Anonymous

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In a cheap stunt, Sony's leadership are trying to blame Anonymous for the PSN/SOE hackings of the past two weeks.

Yeah, I don't believe them either.

Sony said that its video game network was breached at the same time it was defending itself against a major denial of service attack by the group calling itself Anonymous.
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Sony said on Wednesday that Anonymous targeted it several weeks ago using a denial of service attack in protest of Sony defending itself against a hacker in federal court in San Francisco.

The attack that stole the personal data of millions of Sony customers was launched separately, while the company was distracted protecting itself against the denial of service campaign, Sony said.
Word to the wise, Sony. If your network was secure, if you had properly locked up data and encrypted it, it wouldn't matter what else had been going on.

We are not anonymous. We are the consumers whose data you idiots exposed for theft. But all the same, we are legion.
 

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