More hacking emerges at Sony
Sony spokesman Shigenori Yoshida said that personal data including names, phone numbers and email addresses may have been stolen. Yoshida said no credit card numbers have been affected. Sony shut the website on Sunday and is investigating the attack. Yoshida could not provide further details. Sony Music Indonesia's website was also defaced.
Its PlayStation Network system was hacked last month, affecting more than 100 million users worldwide and forcing the company to shut down the popular online gaming service. Sony said it aims to fully restore the service by the end of May. SonyMusic.gr was attacked with an SQL injection method and customer names, user names and email addresses of potentially more than 8,300 users were posted on Pastebin.com, The Hacker News reported on Sunday.
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