SONY PLAY STATION DATA BREACH
Sony thinks an “unauthorized person” now has access to all PlayStation Network account information and passwords, and may have obtained users. credit card numbers. The PlayStation maker said it believes hackers now have access to customers personal identify information, including name, date of birth, address, e-mail address. The hackers also have access to users PlayStation Network/Qriocity passwords, logins, handles and online IDs.
According to Sony’s blog, users’ credit card information, purchase histories and other profile data stored on the PlayStation Network servers also could be compromised. Sony’s blog makers another familiar breach defense, “While there is no evidence at this time that credit card data was taken, we cannot rule out the possibility.”
Sony has begun to e-mail those affected by the data breach. At least one victim of the breach has already contacted identity theft lawyer, Micah Adkins. “This data breach could be catastrophic, not only for Sony, but for the millions of paying customers’ whose personal identifying information was exposed in the breach,” Says attorney Adkins.
HAVE YOU RECEIVED A BREACH NOTIFICATION E-MAIL FROM SONY REGARDING THE PLAY STATION DATA BREACH? IF SO, THEN YOU MAY BE RISK FOR IDENTITY THEFT. CONTACT ID THEFT PROTECTION LAWYER MICAH ADKINS FOR A FREE ID THEFT INFORMATION KIT.