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  • PSN personal information stolen.

    A hacker stole the names, birth dates and possibly credit-card numbers for 77 million people who play online videogames through Sony Corp.'s PlayStation console, in what could rank among the biggest data breaches in history.
    Read more: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000...#ixzz1KgUb8amp

    Watch your bank accounts, guys.

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    Worst part of this is that my PSP, which I haven't used for going on 6+ months now, has a PSN purchase back in August 2009 for $4. A $4 purchase that has resulted in making me paranoid and stressed out as hell for the last week. Lovely.

    I still stand by my assessment that convicted hackers should have the skin flayed from their hands and feet.

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      Re: PSN personal information stolen.

      Originally posted by Flarfignuggen View Post
      Worst part of this is that my PSP, which I haven't used for going on 6+ months now, has a PSN purchase back in August 2009 for $4. A $4 purchase that has resulted in making me paranoid and stressed out as hell for the last week. Lovely.

      I still stand by my assessment that convicted hackers should have the skin flayed from their hands and feet.

      flarf, I have one too and I can't play multiplayer now... :(



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