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LulzSec Leak Sony’s Japanese websites Database english-german


Once more again a never ending Game!

Das Spiel was Sony vor Wochen eröffnet hat, bring die Hacker auf die Palme. Diesmal hat sich einer der besten Hackergruppen um Sony gekümmert. Bereits zum 10. Mal ( 9 und 10 heute) seit beginn der Angriffe, werden die Seiten und Datenbanken von Sony weltweit kompromittiert. Gestern erst waren die griechischen Seiten von Sony BMG (bericht in englisch weiter unten) von b4d_vipera gehackt worden.

LulzSec (Lulz Security) ist eine der wenigen Elite-Gruppen die Seiten vordergründig aus Spaß hacken oder eine politische Motivation dahinter steckt. Dabei nutzen sie nicht diese Gelegenheiten um an Kreditkartendaten oder andere Informationen zu gelangen und diese für die persönlichen Gebrauch zu nutzen. Das zeigt sich besonders, das ihre veröffentlichten Informationen keinerlei persönliche Daten enthalten.

Nicht nur das, Hacker der libanesischen Hackergruppe (Idahc) haben sich nun auch Sony Ericsson zur Brust genommen. Zum allen Übel muss Sony einen Milliardenverlust bekannt geben.

Während die Sicherheitsexperten immer noch bemüht sind das Playstation Netzwerk vernünftig zum Laufen zu bringen, werden ihre Datenbanken reihenweise offen gelegt. Das ist kein Spiel mehr denn wenn sich schon die Elite-Hacker der Sache annehmen muss im Hintergrund noch einiges geschehen sein. Ich bleib auf jeden Fall am Ball….

23.05.2011

Yesterday , we have reported that On 5th May, 2011 – Sony BMG’s Greek website was also got hacked.  One of Them Provided the Full extract database from the site.  b4d_vipera was the hacker who Deface the site using SQL injection method. There are 8385 users on this website. Sample of hacked Database was leaked at http://pastebin.com/WqLysjiN . This was 7th Attack on Sony.

As from Source :
DB Detection: MsSQL no error (Auto Detected)
Method: GETType:
Data Base: SONYBMG
Table: USERS
Total Rows: 8385
Fields are : u_id, u_usr , u_name, u_pwd , u_company , u_email , u_tel , FOREIGN_DOMAIN , u_regdate ,  u_lname

Hacked Link : http://www.sonymusic.gr/theodoridou/page/releases/lyrics.asp?id=2133
Mirror Link : http://zone-h.org/mirror/id/13621890

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24.05.2011

Sony Music Japan hacked through SQL injection flaw

nother day, another attack on Sony. I reported yesterday on the SQL injection attack exposing user information on SonyMusic.gr and today attackers have found flaws in SonyMusic.co.jp.

The Hacker News sent us a tip this eveningdocumenting a couple of vulnerable web pages on SonyMusic.co.jp that allowed hackers to access their contents through SQL injection.

The good news? The database information that was published does not contain names, passwords or other personally identifiable information. The attackers noted that there are two other databases on the site that are vulnerable and it remains unclear whether they contain sensitive information.

It isn’t clear whether the hackers are able to inject data into the database, or simply access the tables and records it contains. If they are able to alter the records, this could be used to insert malicious code that could be used to compromise people browsing the site.

The attackers appear to be the same crew who targeted Fox.com earlier this month. Known as Lulz Security, the group appears to attack sites primarily for fun and political reasons, not to steal credit cards and commit other types of fraud.

This doesn’t change the criminality of their behavior. Accessing systems without authorization is still a crime in most countries.

Will Sony stop the bleeding? The attackers stated in their message “This isn’t a 1337 h4x0r, we just want to embarrass Sony some more.”

While there is an enormous target on Sony’s back as a result of these very public attacks it is unclear why this is happening. Is Sony taking security seriously or are there simply so many flaws from the past that exist in their public facing sites that it will take them a long time to patch them all?

I hope this is the last time I have to report on a flaw at Sony. Sony has announced they are working with several professional organizations to get their security house in order and for their sake I hope this happens sooner rather than later.

by Chester Wisniewski NakedSecurity

Sony Ericsson Got Hacked by Idahca (Lebanese hacker Group)

Again, DAMN … Whats Going on with Sony ?.. Idahca (Lebanese hacker Group) hack The database of ca.eshop.sonyericsson.com with a simple sql injection. Two attacks on Sony in one day. Today’s Morning LulzSec Leak Sony’s Japanese websites Database and Now Sony Ericsson’s Eshop Database Hacked. Email, Password and names of 1000’s of users are exposed via text file on pastebin. The news is provided by Hacker via email that they have extract the whole database and they leak the data online via their Facebook/Twitter Accounts. The Pastebin link is http://pastebin.com/4YGAWxQZ .

Now Its 10th Attack on Sony. Well Sony getting Free of cost Auditing by several hackers ,I think sony should be the most secure brand in future because their security holes out, and Now its Sony’s Duty to Fix them as soon as possible.

Even Now every hacker is trying to hack various Sony’s sites just to get fame, because now it becomes the Hot Topic !

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