A hacker group called Zero. Crew hacked claims to eight servers from Sony. They should belong to Sony mobile site Sonymobile.com. On Pastebin.com throw the hacker before the Japanese company too lax security arrangements.
“Sony, we are deeply disappointed by your security. This is just one of eight Sony servers that we “control, it says. As proof of their assertion that hackers published credentials that should come from one of the servers. It is 441 usernames with their e-mail addresses, 24 with hashed passwords, user names, and three administrative records. Allows the theft, according to the hackers by weak passwords.
In addition, the hackers will be broken in a site of the Cambodian military and an airline in the country. The attack was to be in retaliation for the arrest of Pirate Bay founder Gottfried Svartholm Warg, which had been set late last week in the capital, Phnom Penh, share the hackers in their Twitter feed with. Let account data, prices of spare parts for aircraft and user names were captured. “The founders of The Pirate Bay was arrested in Cambodia, that Cambodia is now a target.”
Sony is not the first burglary in its server. Last week, a second alleged member of the hacker group LulzSec has been arrested, one that should have been a slump in computer systems from Sony last year involved. As a result, the Japanese company had been forced to concede the loss of more than one million users data from the Playstation Network. The service was then closed for more than a month.
The zero crew is already appeared. End of August, they gained access to the email service of the University of Cambridge. Acted according to the hackers is a continuation of the Anonymous attacks on British government sites to freedom for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to demand, it said. A real link between the university and the deportation process to Assange does not seem to exist.