Monday, June 6, 2011

LulzSec Releases Sony Data

LulzSec on Thursday posted information it took from Sony Entertainment and Sony BMG on its site, the LulzBoat.
The information includes about a million usernames and passwords of customers in the U.S., Netherlands and Belgium and is available for download.

A release posted on LulzSec’s page said the group has more, but can’t copy all of the information it stole. The group also said none of the information it took from Sony was encrypted.

“Our goal here is not to come across as master hackers, hence what we’re about to reveal: was owned by a very simple SQL injection, one of the most primitive and common vulnerabilities, as we should all know by now,” the group wrote. 
“From a single injection, we accessed EVERYTHING. Why do you put such faith in a company that allows itself to become open to these simple attacks?”
“This is disgraceful and insecure,” the group said. “They were asking for it.” 

LulzSec is not believed to be involved in the Sony breaches that resulted in 77 million user accounts being compromised in April, and the group has denied that it has ever attacked the PlayStation Network. 

On Wednesday, Sony finally restored its PlayStation Store, which had been down for a month following the April cyberattack.


  1. Tons of backdoors. I read some interesting stuffa bout it.

  2. hehe. it's like pouring water into a holed glass.