View Full Version : Not all Sony sites attacked by Lulzsec : Lulzsec releases more sony info

06-06-2011, 09:53 AM
Via twitter posts from LulzSec (http://twitter.com/#%21/LulzSec) The Lulz Boat, #sownage (http://twitter.com/#%21/search?q=%23sownage)

The hackers have once again released more of Sonys info. Presenting Sony Computer Entertainment Developer Network source code in tweet and posting the info around the net in various forms.
Its clear that Sony is a target of a ongoing attack. They also seem to be gathering support from other hackers as a recent SONY BMG page attacked was not by them they claim. Most where but one page was not.

Which clearly is bad news for Sony. Who has been attacked on the PSN game servers, their MMO game servers, Multi Sony BMG sites across the world and Sony pictures sites. With E3 right around the corner, worrying about hackers is probably not what Sony would like to be doing right now.

LulzSec (http://twitter.com/#%21/LulzSec) The Lulz Boat

Presenting Sony Computer Entertainment Developer Network source code:They also made it very clear There is certain companies/people they would not target for attacks.

Things we would never harm: Sega, Nintendo, Neopets, Old Spice Guy, anyone that owns a boat for the sole purpose of being a pirateSony fans seem to be asking why wasn't Nintendo hacked as a target, in which the answer was rather surprising but reconfirming their love for Nintendo and Sega.

We love Nintendo and Sega, if anything we'd hack *for* them. If you're listening Nintendo/Sega, you, you uh... you want Sony hacked more?