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Getting onto Netflix with PSN being down
05.14.2011
11:32 am
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Smeegles said:

Well my CC info was just used in England you ignorant jerks who try to defend Sony how you gonna feel when your CC is used and your credit smashed JERK….

The credit card company's have stated that the info has not been used whatsoever. No reports of it.

Besides, I very much doubt they can decrypt SSL…

besides…there is no defending going on here. Simply relaying facts.

05.14.2011
12:02 pm
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SSL is a transport layer, Secure Socket Layer, not encryption on the server, one used by the server to prevent 3rd party interception of the data.

If Sony had used the appropriate measures this would not have happened period End of Story. 

The info on Apache and on encryption was leaked by a Sony employee and he was verified as an employee of Sony by the news company.

Monitoring a network is done by humans.

The main part is Ethics which is NON-EXISTANT here.

The source had no reason to lie. Sony on the other hand has every reason to lie.

Their apology done on Television was not even done in person, neither was representation during the investigation by congress. They were too busy investigating and too ashamed the have screwed up.

When this type of issue has happened by other major companies in the US they notified ALL their clients as soon as the breach was found out.

When you get notified of the
CC theft it won't come from Sony it will come as mine did this morning by a call from a fraud department of your CC company hope when it happens you will wake up and smell the roses.

AGAIN I HAVE YET TO BE TOLD ANY THING BY SONY EXCEPT AFTER I CONTACTED SONY VIA EMAIL, THEY REPLIED WITH THIS:  WE WILL BE DOING A MASS EMAIL IN WAVES WITH A AN INCEDENT NUMBER AND CODE TO USE WITH THE ID PROTECTION FIRM IN A FEW DAYS.

This was over a week ago a few days have come and gone nothing.

 

 

05.14.2011
5:05 pm
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Smeegles said:

The info on Apache and on encryption was leaked by a Sony employee and he was verified as an employee of Sony by the news company.

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Please link this info. Sony has made no statement. No info on the version of Apache is known other then google cache dating back before the hack which shows it to be 2.2.15 I believe which is the newest version to date.

05.15.2011
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Either you cannot read or just want to argue to be a Sony slut.

A current SONY empoyee who was verified as being an employee of Sony, leaked the information on the version of Apache, and the updates, and the security encryption of Usernames and CC info.

In the televised appology Sony stated they failed to take the appropriate measures to protect its user.

I have yet to get any report of my CC info being stolen by Sony, My credit card was used on 5/14/2011 in England twice for almost 400 dollars, and I have not used my CC on other web sites that leaves Sony.

Sony by storing CC info is required by law as to take the appropriate measures to protect this info, they did not END OF F'ING story….

When your account most likely your parents will be in the same boat as me.

Wake the hell up and smell the coffee!!!!!

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