Monday, 2 May 2011

Hacker Chatter Suggests Thieves Have Millions of PSN Customers' Credit Cards

Hackers are reportedly attempting to sell 2.2 million credit card numbers stolen from the PlayStation Network database. Sony earlier said customers' personal data was encrypted; however, the company could not rule out the possibility that hackers might have accessed it. By Thursday, security researchers had seen talk on underground forums of hackers hoping to sell credit card lists for as much as $100,000.

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