The hits just keep coming for Sony. The maker of the PlayStation Portable and the PlayStation 3 announced last week that hackers broke into its PlayStation Network (PSN) database and stole its 77-million customer database. Sony waited an entire week while investigating the breach before notifying customers. In the meantime the PSN was down.
This week Sony revealed new details in media comments and posts to its PlayStation blog. They commented that up to 10 million users’ credit card numbers were likely obtained by the intruder. Haha. Sucks for you guys.