Hacktivist group NullCew have claimed it has seized control of eight of Sony's servers due to lax security measures.
Through a message sent from the group's official Twitter account, the group claim that they have gained control of eight of Sony's servers, apparently related to the website Sonymobile.com. A short message sent with a dumped file on Pastebin read:
Anonymous claims to have struck again as far as the Sony PlayStation Network is concerned, but the whole matter appears to be a hoax.
A tweet posted on Wednesday to the Twitter account of the infamous international hacker group asserted that the PlayStation Network had been hacked again.
Japanese electronic giant Sony has unveiled a new mass storage format based on cartridges of up to 30 high density optical discs.
The ODS-D55U is equipped with a high-speed USB 3.0 interface and will come in storage capacities ranging between 300GB and 1.5TB. The company reckons the new standard "will deliver superior long-term storage capabilities, which are enabled through the use of media built to withstand changes in temperature and humidity, and is dust and water resistance."
Accused LulzSec hacker Cody Kretsinger pleaded guilty today in a federal court in Los Angeles, California, to felony charges associated with the breach of Sony Pictures Entertainment that occurred in mid-2011. Kretsinger went by the moniker "Recursion" and testified that he took part in a SQL injection attack on the Sony Pictures site, and stole personal information from thousands of people registered with the site. He also testified that he gave that personal information to other members of LulzSec to post publically.
Apparently when you connect your PlayStation Vita to your PS3, the PS3 will automatically locate and store all the content IDs from your PlayStation Network account. This, surmises the hacker who made this discovery, means that it’s possible for Sony to invalidate content on your systems regardless of where you acquired it.