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+ - Sony: 10 Million Credit Cards May Have Been Expose->

Submitted by WrongSizeGlass
WrongSizeGlass (838941) writes "The LA Times is reporting that Sony has revealed that 10 million credit card accounts may have been exposed two weeks ago when a hacker broke into the company's computers in San Diego and stole data from 77 million PlayStation Network accounts. Sony said it will provide credit card protection services for the 10 million customers whose data were compromised. Sony last week said it had encrypted credit card data, but not other account information, including names, addresses, email addresses and birth dates."
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Sony: 10 Million Credit Cards May Have Been Expose

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