19yearold Sony Case Arrested
June 21, 2011 by USA Post
19yearold Sony, PlayStation Network Hacked: 19 years, detained on PSN Sony’s PlayStation Network Hacking Sony fell on April 20, due to someone hacking into your system. The information of 70 million players worldwide was available to hackers. Today, the London police are saying they have arrested a teenager 19 years suspected of piracy network Sony PlayStation. The suspect’s name is being withheld because it is against the law to name a suspect in Britain.
He is suspected of hacking into a number of intelligence agencies and businesses. PlayStation Network was all over the world and not re-connects securely to the end of May. The cost of the attack was estimated by Sony and 171 million, in addition to their PSN Store online only returned to the first part of June.
Sony accounts picture site later became endangered because the hackers broke into the accounts of more than 1 million users. The game company Sega was hacked and user information was also stolen. SEGA PlayStation used to make games, and SEGA is also used by other game systems, too. The teenager’s computer will now be discussed and links to any group of hackers, such as LulzSec likely be established. PlayStation Network’s hack no doubt this year will cost you 19 years of age much if he is really guilty of pirating Sony PSN.
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