Top
210°

BitDefender Suggest that Nintendo Hack Should ‘Act as a Warning’ for All Videogame Companies

Catalin Cosoi, Head of the Online Threats Lab at internet security solutions provider BitDefender, has offered his reaction to the news that Nintendo has become the latest target for hacker group Lulz Security following previous attacks on Sony. The breach of Nintendo’s network may not have hit the headlines quite so hard, but that doesn’t mean it was any less damaging to the reputation of online videogames.

Read Full Story >>
electronictheatre.co.uk
The story is too old to be commented.
ElVeneno2625d ago (Edited 2625d ago )

im sick of these fucking hackers. they need to find a job and make themselves useful to humanity. they've basically spat in gamers faces and some of us still continue to show them respect. they didnt leak sonys or nintendos information...they leaked OUR information, think about it!!! fuck lulzsec.

carlitoskaruuz2625d ago

Someone needs to slap these hackers in the face and send them outside for once.

prodg522625d ago

Looks like Citi bank has just been hacked too

zeal0us2625d ago (Edited 2625d ago )

BitDefender Suggest that Nintendo Hack Should ‘Act as a Warning’ for All Videogame Companies

Um Bitdefender,nintendo hack was nothing compared to sony hack.

These hackers need to be put in prison so someone can put something against their "system".

lulz sec is probably some of anonymous old members

TheViper2625d ago

I can't believe none of these media outlets is correctly reporting what even happened. Nintendo's network was not hacked. In fact, it wasn't even an in house server that was hacked. It's one they lease from a 3rd party host.