Security researchers have discovered a phishing site running on Sony's servers. A fraudulent site running off the hdworld.sony.co.th domain is targeting an Italian credit card company, F-Secure reports. The incident means that another Sony property, in this case its Thai website, has been hacked. The incident is nothing like …
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Did those nasty boys from Anonymous do this as well?
There's nothing quite like Sony security - unless it's a bloody Rootkit.
No kidding, ROTF...
Anyone that has bought anything from sony or had anything to do with them since the early 2000's, when sony decided it was a good idea to install rootkits on their customers' computers because they bought a CD from an artist signed by sony, deserves anything bad that befalls them.
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When you go...
I think perhaps you should spend a little time learning about how herpes can be transmitted. It is considerably easier than you apparently believe, and doesn't require barebacking...
Anyway, that aside: SONY != SONY US. The company is guilty of many things of the vertical integrate-y, customer lock-in-y sort and is a firm supporter of the more inconvenient aspects of DRM and the like... but the rootkit was by a particularly stupid subsidiary. The rest of the company is either a little less malignant or at least knows how to hide a rootkit; don't tar them all with the same brush.
"a phishing site running on Sony's servers"
And it WASN'T the PlayStation Network?
Sony, Sony-US, doesn't matter
Ain't none of them smart enough to properly operate a sharp stick.
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