Home  |  Articles  |  Exclusives  |  About  |  Links   |  Search  |  Contact


10 Million Sony PSN Credit Card Info Stolen, 2.2 Million Offered For Sale

May 2. 2011

The unprecedented Sony hack that will reportedly cost the company $24 billion dollars, has taken a new twist. It is being reported 10,000,000 unencrypted credit card numbers have been stolen from the Sony servers in San Diego, California and 2,200,000 of them have been offered for sale by hackers.

Howard Stringer

As someone who has been the victim of identity theft in an unrelated incident, I feel sorry for the people whose financial data has been compromised. In response to cries from PSN users for a Sony boycott, company executives apologized yesterday. However, based on online feedback, I donít think it will help, as PSN users are defecting to Microsoft.


Sony Badly Hit By $24 Billion Dollar Hack

Sony Playstations Seized Over Patent Theft Lawsuit

Sony To Rip Off The iPad

Sony Continues To Release Sub Par Michael Jackson Material

Sony Lying About New Alleged Michael Jackson Song

Sony To Rip-Off Transformers With Voltron Reboot

Shakira & Sony Stole Music From African Artists

Sony Singers Putting Their Worst Foot Forward

Sony Loses Lawsuit For Stealing "Down Under"

Sony Madness


Sony says 10M credit card numbers may have been stolen

2.2 Million Sony PSN Credit Card Details for Sale

Sony Admits To Asking For Credit Card CCV Codes

Now up for sale: Your PlayStation Network (PSN) credit card info, including CCV numbers

Reports of Credit Cards Being Sold Surface as FBI, DHS Get Involved with PSN

Sony data breach stirs global outrage



© Copyright 2007 - 2014 Aisha. All Rights Reserved. Web site design by Aisha for Sonustar Interactive

Aisha | Aisha Blog | Aisha Blog Archive | Goodison Trust | Sonustar | Sonustar News | Judiciary Report | Sound Off Column | Celluloid Film Review | Consumer News Reviews | Compendius | United Peace Initiative | Justice And Truth