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Third Attack Against Sony Imminent This Weekend?

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According to an exclusive on CNet, an observer following the Internet Relay Chat channel says that a group of hackers are planning the third attack against Sony this weekend "in retaliation for its handling of the PlayStation Network breach".

While I don't understand why someone would punish the handling of the PSN breach by making the handling of the PSN breach even harder, the group of hackers claim they have "access to some of Sony's servers" to information that CNet's source says "could include customer names, credit card numbers, and addresses".

I'm just numb at this point. With the amount of effort these hackers are putting into taking down Sony, we could have cleaned up Wall Street, or I don't know, anything else far more important.

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