1. Post #1
    Certified Witch - Cutie Department
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    (To mods: there is no News article yet to talk about this as far as i see, but Lulzsec's twitter has evidence to support that they did hack and release the SCE Dev Network source code. I will add a news article when one comes available)


    Lulzsec just attacked sony again a hour ago, this time leaking the whole SEC Dev network.

    http://twitter.com/#!/LulzSec/status/77736347154128897

    Presenting Sony Computer Entertainment Developer Network source code: http://www.mediafire.com/?ev1zo010c020764 [54MB] #Sownage | 16 - 0
    (I don't know if this is alright to post the Mediafire link, but it's just a source code for a website so it shouldn't hurt anyone personally or anything)



    They also threaten more hacks are coming up.

    http://twitter.com/#!/LulzSec/status/77758232604573696

    Just hit 50,000 followers. Thank you, twitter! In celebration, Sony hack 16 & 17 coming up soon! #Sownage #Celebration




    i am personally getting bored of the hacks. Sonys stupidity is very well known by now and they still arn't fixing it, i hope sony crashes and burns due to the 15 fucking hacks they had within a month.
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  2. Post #2
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    Just stop it already.
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  3. Post #3
    Frequent Habbo Hotel player. PM for free furniture
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    Fucking cunts
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  4. Post #4
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    May 2009
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    God damnit fuck off Lulzsec
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  5. Post #5
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    Fuck off, I JUST WANT TO PLAY SOME GAMES
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  6. Post #6
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    i am personally getting bored of the hacks. Sonys stupidity is very well known by now and they still arn't fixing it, i hope sony crashes and burns due to the 15 fucking hacks they had within a month.
    Wow, what a nice and retarded statement. Sony can hardly be the only company with lax online security, they've just become a popular target. Perhaps if they got some time to actually improve their online security, which probably isn't something you do overnight, especially not when you're getting hacked all the time, they might have done something about it.

    On a side note: I think that Lulzsec are a self-righteous bunch of sad sacks of shit.
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  7. Post #7
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    May 2010
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    This is getting ridiculous. Its slowly went from "We're hacking Sony because of how terrible they are" to "We're just.. well its really fucking fun!"
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  8. Post #8
    Certified Witch - Cutie Department
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    Wow, what a nice and retarded statement. Sony can hardly be the only company with lax online security, they've just become a popular target. Perhaps if they got some time to actually improve their online security, which probably isn't something you do overnight, especially not when you're getting hacked all the time.
    the fact is sony's security wasn't up to date when it was first hacked by hackers in april.

    this is just adding to it.
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  9. Post #9
    Tam
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    I'm so happy i didn't buy a PS3 :)! That'll teach those game makers to make console only shit
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    Jsm
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    Fuck off, I JUST WANT TO PLAY SOME GAMES
    I don't see how this stops you playing games? People stopped fucking around with PSN a while ago.
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  11. Post #11
    Hello Handsome
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    February 2010
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    They should have upped the security by now. I used to defend them, but after 15 fucking hacks and no preventions being done? Sony deserves this now, they really do.
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    the fact is sony's security wasn't up to date when it was first hacked by hackers in april.

    this is just adding to it.
    And have been constantly under attack ever since.

  13. Post #13
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    When their little hacking run is over, their world is gonna come crashing down on their heads.
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  14. Post #14
    RISC MASTER RACE.
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    August 2010
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    They start fucking with the FBI and now they go back to totally fucking with Sony.
    Something tells me this will end is some sort of mass manhunt in a midnight shitstorm.
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  15. Post #15
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    The first hacks were making a statement "Hey Sony, we're mad because you removed Other OS and PS2 Backwards Compatibility etc. so we're going to show you that you need to improve security by hacking you"

    Now it's just "Haha Sony is trying to rebuild and we won't let them. Sucks for their 70 million customers"
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  16. Post #16
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    I'm so happy i didn't buy a PS3 :)! That'll teach those game makers to make console only shit
    If you want the console only games, you buy the console. That is why the games are exclusive you dingus.
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  17. Post #17
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    the fact is sony's security wasn't up to date when it was first hacked by hackers in april.

    this is just adding to it.
    the whole "outdated apache" thing was false, apparently

    let me find a source

    Yeah found it, someone looked into it themselves

    [release]As it turns out, it is fairly simple to use Google's webcache to show what version of Apache the PSN servers were using back in March. According to a page request archived by Google on March 23, 2011, at that time Sony was running version 2.2.17 of the popular software. You can see from Apache's website 2.2.17 is the latest, stable version of the webserver available even today. This is a direct repudiation of the claims being made that Sony's webservers were out of date by as much as five years.

    Poster deathindustrial also goes on to point out the folly in using "security expert" Dr Stafford's testimony before Congress as a source for the claims that the servers were outdated and that Sony knew about it. In the written statement which accompanied his testimony he clearly states:
    I have no information about what protections they had in place, although some
    news reports indicate that Sony was running software that was badly out of date, and had been warned about that risk.
    In truth, he has no first hand knowledge of the state of Sony's servers or Sony's knowledge about possible exploits and that he was literally repeating claims he read in the media which stem from IRC logs that were being passed around back in February. He didn't even do the very basic detective work it has taken to completely repudiates the claims.[/release]

    better source that actually cites its shit
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  18. Post #18
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    Sonys stupidity is very well known by now and they still arn't fixing it, i hope sony crashes and burns due to the 15 fucking hacks they had within a month.
    That's stupid. They're obviously trying, it's an absolutely retarded speculation to think they're not. You're also an idiot for saying they should crash and burn - that's extremely harsh. I hope you also realise they more they're hacked the harder it becomes for them to make it safe again, so it's really not a surprise there's a chain reaction here.
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  19. Post #19
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    it keeps happening
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  20. Post #20
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    April 2011
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    [QUOTE=NorthernFall;30281044]Fuck off, I JUST WANT TO PLAY SOME GAMES[/QUOT
    PS3 HAZ N0 G4M3S/like my leet? dose anybody even use that anymore?
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    i am personally getting bored of the hacks. Sonys stupidity is very well known by now and they still arn't fixing it, i hope sony crashes and burns due to the 15 fucking hacks they had within a month.
    Because they can totally fix the hacks when the retards won't stop their dickwaving, right?
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  22. Post #22
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    So why the fuck haven't they been tracked down and arrested yet? They've done a great job making themselves obvious, somebody should have gotten arrested already...
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    Fuck off, I JUST WANT TO PLAY SOME GAMES[/QUOT
    PS3 HAZ N0 G4M3S/like my leet? dose anybody even use that anymore?
    What the fuck are you on?
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  24. Post #24
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    I'm glad I don't have a play station now.
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  25. Post #25
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    These guys are very late to the game. I'm sure Sony learned their lesson after this Geohot incident. They've been given relentless hell. Information, leaked in bulk is destroying them. Now the players are suffering, now the consumer is suffering. The developers, also suffering.

    This shit doesn't only affect SEC, its affecting us the consumer.
    LulzSec, get the fuck out really. You're late to this game, and now we're suffering. Just stop, you're not doing anybody a big ol favor.

    If they really wanted to pool their efforts, why not attack large corps in the financial sector, like major banks, major credit card companies, and so on and so forth.
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    These guys are very late to the game. I'm sure Sony learned their lesson after this Geohot incident. They've been given relentless hell. Information, leaked in bulk is destroying them. Now the players are suffering, now the consumer is suffering. The developers, also suffering.

    This shit doesn't only affect SEC, its affecting us the consumer.
    LulzSec, get the fuck out really. You're late to this game, and now we're suffering. Just stop, you're not doing anybody a big ol favor.

    If they really wanted to pool their efforts, why not attack large corps in the financial sector, like major banks, major credit card companies, and so on and so forth.
    if they did that, people might actually start to give a fuck en masse and they'd get caught.
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    These guys are very late to the game. I'm sure Sony learned their lesson after this Geohot incident. They've been given relentless hell. Information, leaked in bulk is destroying them. Now the players are suffering, now the consumer is suffering. The developers, also suffering.

    This shit doesn't only affect SEC, its affecting us the consumer.
    LulzSec, get the fuck out really. You're late to this game, and now we're suffering. Just stop, you're not doing anybody a big ol favor.

    If they really wanted to pool their efforts, why not attack large corps in the financial sector, like major banks, major credit card companies, and so on and so forth.
    I never bought a PS3 or any sony product since they removed homebrew from PSP
    BEST DECISION EVER.
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    omg hacking soni is fun XD
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  29. Post #29
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    February 2010
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    I never bought a PS3 or any sony product since they removed homebrew from PSP
    BEST DECISION EVER.
    Boohoo. They removed homebrew so I have to pay for my games. :downsgun:
    Sony still makes a fantastic product. Its people and their own greed is what causes these problems.

    You're going to probably throw out "Oh, I got homebrew so I can just use it as a focal point of a conversation" or "I got homebrew to do <name something that it can do, but you don't even use the feature>".

    Fact is, its mostly used for warezing. Sony is trying to prevent this for the interest of their developers. Is that so wrong for them to try to prevent piracy on their products?

    Granted it is your device, and current DMCA allows you to crack your device without any repercussions. The fact that people do it for piracy is the reason why they keep trying to lock things down.
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  30. Post #30
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    Asshole move. They sound full of shit.

  31. Post #31
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    Fact is, its mostly used for warezing. Sony is trying to prevent this for the interest of their developers. Is that so wrong for them to try to prevent piracy on their products?
    This is the exact same sort of justification publishers use when they tack on shitty DRM like SecuRom to games, and frankly it's appalling.
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    Boohoo. They removed homebrew so I have to pay for my games. :downsgun:
    Sony still makes a fantastic product. Its people and their own greed is what causes these problems.

    You're going to probably throw out "Oh, I got homebrew so I can just use it as a focal point of a conversation" or "I got homebrew to do <name something that it can do, but you don't even use the feature>".

    Fact is, its mostly used for warezing. Sony is trying to prevent this for the interest of their developers. Is that so wrong for them to try to prevent piracy on their products?

    Granted it is your device, and current DMCA allows you to crack your device without any repercussions. The fact that people do it for piracy is the reason why they keep trying to lock things down.
    I REALLY don't like it when people immediately assume that I'm a pirate because of this. For your information, what I most often used it for was a Doom sourceport for PSP. I at the time owned a disc copy of the game, which I got the .wad from.
    A perfectly legitimate use, not piracy. By this logic, Windows needs to be completely locked down and all software developed for it needs to be validated by Microsoft. Same exact thing, different platform.
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    You all just love adding years on to your prison sentences don't you?
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    Whats the hell is wrong with hackers nowadays. They should be hacking the military and leak top security files not hacking some damn game company.
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    This is the exact same sort of justification publishers use when they tack on shitty DRM like SecuRom to games, and frankly it's appalling.
    And the DMCA allows you to crack/remove/destroy that DRM on their product. If you don't like DRM, don't buy anything with it on there.

    I REALLY don't like it when people immediately assume that I'm a pirate because of this. For your information, what I most often used it for was a Doom sourceport for PSP. I at the time owned a disc copy of the game, which I got the .wad from.
    A perfectly legitimate use, not piracy. By this logic, Windows needs to be completely locked down and all software developed for it needs to be validated by Microsoft. Same exact thing, different platform.
    Computers will be easier to crack than a proprietary system like the PSP and PS3.

  36. Post #36
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    Dennab
    October 2008
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    Hmm, sure.

    Hack a military agency and get a life or death sentence in prison for treason or espionage.

    Hack a game company and either don't get caught/pay a fine/couple years jail time.

    Which one is worse?

    Edited:

    Whats the hell is wrong with hackers nowadays. They should be hacking the military and leak top security files not hacking some damn game company.
    Reffering to this.
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    And the DMCA allows you to crack/remove/destroy that DRM on their product. If you don't like DRM, don't buy anything with it on there.



    Computers will be easier to crack than a proprietary system like the PSP and PS3.
    I feel like I'm not getting something here, you're saying that they should put these restrictions on, because they can be hacked anyway? Wouldn't that make it completely pointless in the first place?
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  38. Post #38
    Certified Witch - Cutie Department
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    the whole "outdated apache" thing was false, apparently

    let me find a source

    Yeah found it, someone looked into it themselves

    [release]As it turns out, it is fairly simple to use Google's webcache to show what version of Apache the PSN servers were using back in March. According to a page request archived by Google on March 23, 2011, at that time Sony was running version 2.2.17 of the popular software. You can see from Apache's website 2.2.17 is the latest, stable version of the webserver available even today. This is a direct repudiation of the claims being made that Sony's webservers were out of date by as much as five years.

    Poster deathindustrial also goes on to point out the folly in using "security expert" Dr Stafford's testimony before Congress as a source for the claims that the servers were outdated and that Sony knew about it. In the written statement which accompanied his testimony he clearly states:
    I have no information about what protections they had in place, although some
    news reports indicate that Sony was running software that was badly out of date, and had been warned about that risk.
    In truth, he has no first hand knowledge of the state of Sony's servers or Sony's knowledge about possible exploits and that he was literally repeating claims he read in the media which stem from IRC logs that were being passed around back in February. He didn't even do the very basic detective work it has taken to completely repudiates the claims.[/release]

    better source that actually cites its shit




    That was proven false

    from april 5th 2011, Guy looked at the servers and Only one out of 8 Main PSN servers were updated with the latest apache (which was the authentication server)

    http://pastebin.com/bAUHxtNr


    Nmap scan report for account.rc.ac.playstation.net (199.108.4.177)
    Host is up (0.077s latency).
    Scanned at 2011-04-05 22:53:40 MDT for 428s
    Not shown: 999 filtered ports
    PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION
    443/tcp open ssl/http Apache httpd 2.2.11 ((Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.11 OpenSSL/0.9.8i)


    Nmap scan report for login.rc.ac.playstation.net (199.108.4.162)
    Host is up (0.085s latency).
    Scanned at 2011-04-05 22:53:40 MDT for 428s
    Not shown: 999 filtered ports
    PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION
    443/tcp open ssl/http Apache httpd 2.2.11 ((Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.11 OpenSSL/0.9.


    Nmap scan report for commerce.rc.ac.playstation.net (199.108.4.135)
    Host is up (0.071s latency).
    Scanned at 2011-04-05 22:53:40 MDT for 428s
    Not shown: 998 filtered ports
    PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION
    80/tcp closed http
    443/tcp open ssl/http Apache httpd 2.2.11 ((Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.11 OpenSSL/0.9.8i)



    Nmap scan report for auth.rc.ac.playstation.net (199.108.4.136)
    Host is up (0.075s latency).
    Scanned at 2011-04-05 22:53:40 MDT for 428s
    Not shown: 999 filtered ports
    PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION
    443/tcp open ssl/http Apache httpd 2.2.11 ((Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.11 OpenSSL/0.9.8i)

    Nmap scan report for store.rc.ac.playstation.net (199.108.4.140)
    Host is up (0.070s latency).
    Scanned at 2011-04-05 22:53:40 MDT for 428s
    Not shown: 999 filtered ports
    PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION
    443/tcp open ssl/http Apache httpd 2.2.11 ((Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.11 OpenSSL/0.9.8i)


    Nmap scan report for rc.store.playstation.net (199.108.4.141)
    Host is up (0.080s latency).
    Scanned at 2011-04-05 22:53:40 MDT for 428s
    Not shown: 998 filtered ports
    PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION
    80/tcp open http Apache httpd 2.2.11 ((Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.11 OpenSSL/0.9.8i)
    443/tcp open ssl/http Apache httpd 2.2.11 ((Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.11 OpenSSL/0.9.8i)


    Nmap scan report for native.rc.ac.playstation.net (199.108.4.144)
    Host is up (0.073s latency).
    Scanned at 2011-04-05 22:53:40 MDT for 428s
    Not shown: 999 filtered ports
    PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION
    443/tcp open ssl/http Apache httpd 2.2.11 (mod_ssl/2.2.11 OpenSSL/0.9.8i)
    The store server, the user server, the game servers, etc. were using a 2008 version of apache while the one authentication server was using the latest and seems to be the only one google cached.


    the only updated main psn server:
    Nmap scan report for auth.np.ac.playstation.net (199.108.4.73)
    Host is up (0.070s latency).
    Scanned at 2011-04-05 22:53:40 MDT for 428s
    Not shown: 999 filtered ports
    PORT STATE SERVICE VERSION
    443/tcp open ssl/http Apache httpd 2.2.17
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  39. Post #39
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    Dennab
    October 2008
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    Not to mention that even a few days ago Lulsec revealed that all the user data was in plain text.

    Also in the official lulsec post, they were using an outdated unix program or something.

    I don't know much about computers.
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  40. Post #40
    SK17a
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    October 2010
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    they posted their dev source code on the internet, very 1337 indeed.

    but still, it's pissing me off