A gaggle of hackers referred to as LulzSec (Lulz Safety) are claimimg to have taken down the Sony photos web page to point out that the Sony crew has realized nothing from its latest hacks.
The attack was claimed yesterday by Lulz Security, a group of hackers via their Twitter account: "We have recently infiltrated the site and SonyPictures.com have attained over one million personal information of users, including passwords, email ids, addresses, dates of birth " . The purpose of this piracy is to demonstrate that the group Sony, the victim of hackers recently (especially piracy NHP) is still very vulnerable.In addition, Sony was accused of planning an attack but did nothing to counter it. Decidedly, Sony does not seem out of his galleys.
To prove his point, LulzSec published on the internet lists, accessible to all, containing thousands of names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses with passwords, coupons and other data. In addition, hackers say it is a small part of what they had access to the site from Sony. As we approach E3, duringwhich Sony will release a press conference live on the PlayStation Blog, the japanese company will struggle to prepare this event quietly saw the sights set on their heads by hackers in recent times. Do you still trust Sony?