Sony Pictures Hacked
The hackers claim to have accessed unencrypted personal data on over 1 million people, along with admin details, music codes, and music coupons.
LulzSec hackers today claimed to have hacked into several Sony Pictures Web sites and accessed unencrypted personal data on more than 1 million people.
"In a statement released Thursday, the group claimed that it had also managed to compromise all 'admin details,' including administrator passwords, as well as 75,000 'music codes' and 3.5 million 'music coupons' from Sony networks and Web sites," writes Computerworld's Jaikumar Vijayan.
"The group has publicly posted a full list of compromised sites, along with links to documents containing samples of what it claimed was material stolen from Sony," Vijayan writes.
Go to "Sony Pictures falls victim to major data breach" to read the details.
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