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Sony Being Sued By 3 Men Claiming Sony Knew Its PSN Security Was At Risk

Sony Being Sued By 3 Men Claiming Sony Knew Its PSN Security Was At Risk

Sony is facing a class-action lawsuit which accuses the company of negligence and lax security, the suit cites many confidential witnesses who claim that Sony’s security was far from adequate and very open to attack. This lawsuit filed alleges that Sony laid off a number of employees responsible for network security a few weeks before the PlayStation Network went down…………

By On June 25, 2011 Respond
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Sony Predicts $3.2 Billion Loss

Sony Predicts $3.2 Billion Loss

Sony estimates $3.2b loss this year, $171 million cost for PSN breach and this loss following PSN hacking, Japan earthquakeSony has written off approximately $4.4 billion in deferred tax credits for the last quarter in an effort to offset the taxes levied against the company’s future profits and quake is also expected to shave roughly $1.8 billion off of operational profits for the coming year………….

By On May 25, 2011 Respond
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Sony PlayStation Network Hacked Again

Sony PlayStation Network Hacked Again

Sony’s way of plugging the security hole by taking down the password reset page while they fix the innards before putting it back online and login flaw exposed, certain pages down. Not even two days after Sony restored its embattled PlayStation Network for most users worldwide, cyber criminals have once again launched an attack and this time going for a vulnerability with the system’s password reset……..

By On May 19, 2011 Respond
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Japan Not Approved Sony Online Games Services

Japan Not Approved Sony Online Games Services

SONY’S international restart of its PlayStation Network has been stalled in the corporation’s home country which is demanding to know the measures taken to prevent further hacking attacks and services in Japan and Asia are still not functioning, pending talks with authorities.Japanese government refuses to allow Sony to reactivate its ailing network until satisfaction is reached on a couple of outstanding issues and Japanese regulatory officials said they were not yet satisfied with the details offered by Sony at two meetings about beefing up network security…………

By On May 16, 2011 Respond
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Sony Online Offers ID Theft Monitoring

Sony Online Offers ID Theft Monitoring

Sony is going to be doing to help their customers protect themselves in the aftermath of the recent data breach on their servers, is by giving their customers access to 12 months of free identity theft protection and members will have access to Debix’s All Clear ID Protection Plan the offer will be made available to all PSN and Qriocity account members in the United States.Sony is currently working to make this available to other territories outside of the U.S and claims that users should be getting emails within the next few days with a promotional code for the service…………….

By On May 14, 2011 Respond
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Sony May Have Thirf Attack By Hackers

Sony May Have Thirf Attack By Hackers

Sony may have prevented another attack on the PSN, G4TV.com and CNET posted an article last week detailing a possible third attack on Sony’s servers overheard by a member of an IRC and the attack would have involved hackers gaining access to Sony servers to access data.The hackers allegedly already have access to some of Sony’s servers and plan to go public with the personal information they find in their attack, it is not clear from the report whether or not these hackers are part of the Anonymous group………

By On May 11, 2011 Respond
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Sony Online Entertainment Has Suffered Another Major Security Breach

Sony Online Entertainment Has Suffered Another Major Security Breach

Sony Online Entertainment has apparently been the victim of another breach and the attack may have exposed the credit card numbers of thousands of Sony customers from around the world.SOE’s online services were taken offline earlier today and Sony has also confirmed that the latest attack accessed personal information for a staggering 24.6 million accounts………….

By On May 3, 2011 Respond
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