Thursday, April 28, 2011

Sony Shares More Details On PlayStation Network Breach

Yesterday Sony revealed that some 77 million members of its Playstation Network had their personal information harvested by hackers, including name, address, and possibly credit card numbers in a massive security breach. Sony pulled down PSN as soon as it detected the breach, (we've been following the story since it first began last week), and it's now regularly sharing more details to provide clarity to the situation. This evening Sony posted a�lengthy Q&A�discussing the security measures it had taken to keep user data in the first place. Among the answers:


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