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    Default Sony suffers more hacker attacks

    Hackers have breached a database at Sony Ericsson’s Eshop online store for mobile phones in Canada, extracting personal information of more than 2,000 customers.

    Records including names, email addresses and encrypted passwords were taken by an outside party, the company said in a statement late Tuesday.
    http://www.thestar.com/business/comp...in-canada?bn=1

    What is all this about? I read Sony threaten Geohot.. and now the whole hacking community is tearing them a new one.

    They're getting hack every day it seems.

    “Telling them to bring it on is not the best strategy,” he said, adding that Stringer remains entrenched in his view that law enforcement and the courts offer the solution to online attacks.

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    That's what they get for saying " Bring It On " lol

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