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Eidos Interactive Website Hacked, 350 Resumes And 25,000 Emails Plucked
Maybe they just wanted the game earlyAnd stupidly thought they could get something this wayI heavily doubt it. If one has the knowledge to hack this way, I'm pretty sure that person wouldn't be dumb enough to think he could obtain the whole game by hacking their website.
This is getting ridiculous. Hackers are bloody everywhere and hacking everything, and there's only one sure way to rid ourselves of this fuckwit pestilence: nuke ourselves.I second this opinion, and the subsequent maneuver. Those damn hackers! *shakes fist towards where hackers in general probably are*
maybe this is a sign that it's time to redesign internet security?It would be better if companies actually adhered to internet security standards and practices which have been standard for more than a decade. Checkpoint Firewall-1 and CISCO PIX have been standard industry firewalls since 1997 and yet Sony and Eidos both neglected to utilise either in some cases, let alone doing the simple shit like keeping webserver daemons up to date and patching against vulnerabilities. Wow, it's like these companies don't even run their shit professionally.
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