Just when Sony PSN is making tangible inroads to recovery, rumor has it the Japanese CE giant is hit yet again with another network breach. This time, more than one million users' personal data were compromised when Sony Pictures servers were raided.
The Huffington Post - Sony reportedly suffered yet another hack attack on Thursday. This time, a group of hackers claims to have accessed the SonyPictures.com servers and compromised personal data belonging to one million customers, which the group said it then posted in a file on its website.
Hacker group LulzSecurity has apparently claimed responsibility for the hack. What's more bewildering, however, is Sony's lack of encryption for sensitive information such as users' passwords. That is, provided LulzSecurity's accusations directed at Sony are legit as pronounced. More on this story here.