Post-PSN hack: Sony apologise at E3 as LulzSec mount fresh attack

    Date07 Jun 2011
    Posted ByDave Wreski
    LulzSec's recent claim of a new successful hack on Sony's networks has come just after Sony's public apology to fans at this year's E3 expo, leading to fresh speculation about whether the company will be able to recover from its recent PSN hacking nightmare. In the wake of the Sony's PSN crisis the hacker group LulzSec has mounted an ongoing campaign against the tech giant.

    The first reported attack happened last week. It saw the hacker group target Sony's Pictures and Entertainment website.

    The group subsequently issued a statement on its website claiming responsibility for the hack. It posted one million of the website's users personal information, including their names, email and postal addresses and telephone numbers as proof of its claims.

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