What can we say? While they’re still recovering from all that PSN debacle, Sony is once again the target of a hacking group — Lulz Security. Sony Pictures was supposedly broken through and the group claims to have stolen information of 1 million users — all of which are stored in a very comforting text file. To add insult to injury, the attack was performed by simply inserting an SQL statement and a part of the stolen information has been posted online in a RAR file — containing at least email + passwords of 50,000 users.
Other than the aforementioned information, 20,000 Sony Music coupons have also been stolen and the admin database which houses the email/passwords of BMG Belgium employees have been compromised. All we can say is that as serious as the story is, we can’t help ourselves but think of these as the ultimate trolling targeted to Sony… all for the lulz!