Sony Hacked at Least Five Times Since Friday

Hey, hackers! If you're bored, you might as well just point your computer at Sony. Everyone else is: Sony was hit by at least five hack attacks since Friday, exposing thousands more customers' information.

One of the largest was the hacking of Sony Ericsson's Canadian eShop database by the Lebanese group Idahca. The Hacker News reported that the hack exposed the "email, password and names of 1000's" of users, which were posted on the internet.

And earlier today, Sony reported that a Greek music unit experienced a breach which affected 8,5000 users, and two smaller hacks in Thailand and Indonesia this weekend. That's not all! The hackers from Lulz Security, who previously targeted Fox.com, also hit Sony Music's Japanese site today. They posted information from its database to their twitter account, though that didn't appear to include any customer information.

Sony is of course still reeling from the massive PlayStation Network hack last month that screwed over 100 million customers. Maybe all these hackers should band together and launch an electronic company. They've got a pretty huge mailing list to start from.

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