The hacks just don't stop. First there was the PSN hack. Then Sony Online Entertainment. Then in seemingly unrelated hacks, Sony Thailand's site was being used for phishing exploit and Sony's internet provider So-net was hacked. Now? Sony Music Indonesia and Sony Music Greece. Likewise, probably unrelated to the PSN hack, but it could be hackers testing Sony's online security. [CNET]
Sony Non-PSN Hacks Just Don't Quit
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