These details come from the details Sony’s Kaz Hirai is forwarding on to US Congress members who are currently dealing with your information that has been stolen. As usual the PlayStation.Blog has the full story at length so if you like long stories hit the source link below. Sony has confirmed all 77 million PSN and Qriocity accounts have had information stolen but they are still not sure what that entails. Sony does confirm that it had 12.3 million credit card numbers on file. Ok so now for the good part Sony is pointing the finger at famous hacktivist group ‘Anonymous’ again as the found a file on one of there servers names ‘Anonymous’ with the words “we are legion” inside it. Do you think Sony is passing the blame or do you believe Anonymous are behind this you decide.
Source – PlayStation.Blog
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