COINCIDENCE? Come on Guardian. Don’t lend credit to Sony’s story that “Some credit card information may have possibly kind of been a little bit stolen/borrowed.”
Hackers in underground online forums are claiming to have access to credit card details stolen from Sony’s PlayStation Network in mid-April, though security researchers say it is not possible to verify the claims.
The online discussions centre around a haul of 2.2m Sony customer credit card numbers that are claimed to have been copied during the attack, which led Sony to shut down the network for more than a week after it happened between 17 and 19 April.
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