(Reuters) - Sony Corp's computer networks remain vulnerable to attack three weeks after the company learned that it had been victim of one of the biggest data breaches in history, according to an Internet security expert.
meh sounds like a lot of mumbo jumbo to me.im sure,no im possitive that sony have adressed the issue to the upmost tightness available.
True, and how do they know, the PSN isn't even up yet.
just speculation and people trying to make a good headline out of sonys misfortune. sadly this it what the world is like. greedy individualls,selfish and do not give 2 shits about the gaming community.
If you guys read the article is actually raises some serious questions.I am by no means a tech expert, but, the things this guy mentions are quite alarming. Thankfully he emailed Sony his findings and they fixed up those loopholes in their network.No wonder Sony got a new Security chief, last guy clearly wasn't doing his job.
Seriously, they should think about putting this guy on the payroll.
The problem is actually far worse than that not only for Sony, but most other companies. A lot of these companies do things out of convenience, then leave vulnerable software/configurations running years afterwards. They then make certain assumption about their network being safe behind the firewalls and etc... Google hacking is actually kind of fun, as you find all sorts of things people think since there is no direct link there is no way to access it. Wrong!!!
Read the article... they're not talking about PSN
I thought they mentioned how someone could use Google to find information about Sony PSN infrastructure (assuming the one that went down, old one) to try to get in. They definitely need to work on the Sony websites though.
Hmm, I really hope its going to be online by tomorrow.
Shouldn't you wait until after Sony said they were done before trying to prove they weren't?
hmm... I DOUBT IT. lol @ mumbo jumbo, I agree.
Another idiot looking in on a paycheck tbh.
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