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PlayStation Accounts Hacked, PSN Database Allegedly Stolen
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2017, 08:15:23 PM »
PlayStation Accounts Hacked, PSN Database Allegedly Stolen
21 August 2017, 7:07 am

The official Twitter and Facebook PlayStation accounts were compromised late Sunday by hacking group OurMine, with the attackers claiming they had managed to get access to a PSN database.

While no leaks have happened since the breach was announced, OurMine hackers claim they won’t be releasing any details online, meaning that users should be fine unless the attackers change their mind. For the time being, however, a password reset could be a good idea to remain secure.

OurMine hackers posted several messages on the official Twitter and Facebook PlayStation accounts, all of which have already been deleted, presumably after Sony regained access to the compromised accounts. One of the tweets, which is no longer available right now, confirmed there are no plans to leak PSN details.

“No, we aren’t going to share it, we are a security group. If you work at PlayStation, then please go to our website,” the group tweeted from the official PlayStation account, calling for S... (read more)

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