Friday, April 29, 2011

PSN: Credit Card Details For Sale

This just keeps getting worse by the day, hackers responsible for the PSN breach last week are attempting to sell users' credit card details online.

They claim to have the details of 2.2m Sony PlayStation Network users, including Credit card security numbers.

They are hoping to sell the credit card list for upwards of $100,000.

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31 commentaires:

James Lyndon said...

Hmm, This could really fuck Sony up! Even if it's not true. lol

FunkyDuckman said...

wow, knew it was a matter of time. They got everything else from everyone.

Marc D said...

I hope my details are not in it!

Sety said...

sony is now more screwed

Ronald said...

this is crazy!!!!

The Suit said...

I think Sony just should have bought them. It's a better financial move in the long run.

MB said...

oh my god....

Sickman said...

Wow, if this is true, Sony's really fucked.

A.Isperiax said...

I doubt this is true. The real hackers would be doing this through the really sketchy websites that don't show up on any searches, not broadcasting to the world.

Trelin said...

but but but Sony said, in their latest press release, that credit card data was encrypted and we had nothing to worry about!

drombo said...

How much? These guys are crazy. Everyone knows about leakage! And with these kind of things, getting data is incomparably easier that getting money out!

The Radical Chemist said...

As soon as I heard about the info, I changed all my email passwords and got new cards reissued from the bank. It's an inconvenience, but I recommend any PS3 users do the same ASAP.

fit4life said...

well at least someone is makingmoney in this economy

Athanasian Echo said...

Wow. I'm glad I chose to buy a DSi and pokemon with my money. Well....actually, I don't even have credit cards and I have all my login and email info different for a bunch of sites. So...this wouldn't have even affected me.

Well, my heart goes out to all those who are affected by this. This really sucks.

ixirawr said...

Haha, that sucks. Glad I'm an X-Box guy.

Xiism said...

Suddenly happy I don't have a PS3 :D

psychologypost said...

looks like a hoax, would bet errible if it were real :/

Jay Reid said...

I think it'll all be sorted out

baka1236 said...

i hope they don't touch my details

Doro said...

Sony is now fucked up... Good to use XBOX :P

Matt said...

I knew the hackers would eventually try to sell them details. I just hope people have contacted their Banks about this.

Wolle said...

What is wrong with those bastards

sp3nny said...

bad news for psn users

Michelangelo said...

Dammit, i hope that they give after all this some free things :D

XPSMcLaren said...

Wow... glad I'm only PC games at the moment.

oldschewl said...

Scumbags. Giving legit hackers a bad name, bad rep. And Sony ... I hope they are ready to weather a lot of legal bologna. They must be hiring lawyers in truckloads.

What a bloody disaster.

XIII XXXVII said...

I'm glad I don't use PSN.

Daft said...

Its a trap!

Bryce Darling said...

It seems like the only reputation being damaged here is Sony's.

Pony said...

Wow glad I used prepaid cards!

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