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Sony has warned employees to watch out for fraudsters after hackers leaked their social security numbers, credit card details, bank info, healthcare details, and employment-related info.
While preparing for their latest leak, the hackers who broke into Sony's systems have said they will not include personal information of employees in their latest leak if the workers object.
Sony has warned it will take legal action against news organizations if the reporting of stolen information containing its secrets does not stop and the leak data is not destroyed.
Sony Pictures was reportedly aware that it was vulnerable to attack before the recent hacks by #GOP, a newly leaked security audit has revealed.
Hackers, who had infiltrated computers at Sony Pictures, have leaked a script to the next James Bond movie known as "Spectre".
Sony is still struggling to catch up and get a hold on the situation after hackers broke into their systems and stole large amounts of private data which they are now slowly leaking online.
Sony is getting kicked while its down with the hackers behind a recent attack releasing even more internal company info. The new data includes employee social security numbers and account passwords.
After last week's security breach at Sony Pictures, a number of unreleased movies have leaked online in high quality format suggesting the hackers did indeed access sensitive information.
Sony Pictures, the company's studio division, has been hacked last night and left with a warning message. The hackers behind the attack claim to have access to the company's sensitive info.
Microsoft helped the creators of the newly released remake of the classic action movie "Robocop" to
Sony pictures has acquired the film rights to "Steve Jobs", the biography of the late Apple CEO written by Walter Isaacson that will go on sale on October 24.
LulzSec, the mysterious hacker group who have claimed responsibility for a number of high profile web site attacks over the past week, are now accused of dealing in blackmail as well. As reported by CNet's...
While Sony may have gotten its Playstation Network back online this week, other divisions of the Japanese business are still feeling hack attacks. The web site Naked Security reports that a hacker found his way...
A few days ago, a hacker group known as "LulzSec" claimed that they would launch a huge attack against Sony. It appears this group was true to their word as they have just released a...