May 24, 2011 by USA Post
Sony Hackers, It seems that these days the word “hack” has been synonymous with Sony. Hackers have turned to the multinational company, once again, this time attacking the websites of Sony Music in Greece and Indonesia. The problems of hackers appear to be an unending saga facing Sony, which has recently recovered from the massive disruption that hit the PlayStation Network and Services Qriocity.
Sonymusic.gr The attack was made by an SQL injection method, and information on over 8,300 of its members was posted on pastebin.com. The information contained names of the user, the names and email addresses. According to Hacker News, a screen with the words “Hacked by b4d_vipera” was posted on pastebin and withdrew later. According to a blog Nked Security, said data seems to be incomplete as it is said to include passwords, phone numbers and other data is missing or false.
In a statement provided by a Sony spokesman, there was an online tweet a page of the Web site of Sony Music of Indonesia was altered and Sony Music Indonesia close access to the site, and began research. Speaking about the hack at the Greek site, said Sony was investigating the case of Sony Music Greece.
Reporting on the website of Indonesia, Hacker News on Saturday, said that a screenshot was posted with the word “disfigured by k4L0ng666.” From now on the website of Indonesia was back on line however, the Greek website remains online.
Things you cannot navigate without problems for Sony at the time of hackers attempting to exploit vulnerable systems from Sony, and still recovering from the saga of PSN. The blackout that occurred a little over a month shook the world of online multiplayer game with over 77 million users is affected. The people responsible for bringing the system are still not known.
With Sony’s PSN, the service Qriocity, So-net in Thailand and now the site of Sony Music in Greece and Indonesia, Sony has always been on the receiving end of the hackers. What should customers of this company? And how to keep your information secure on-line from the hands of these authors? Please let us know what you think below Sony’s security measures in the comments or start a discussion in the thread.
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