Sony Canada website hacked in latest security breach

Customer data stolen again as Sony hacking woes continues

Cyber attacks now reported in Greece, Canada and Thailand

Sony has reported that its Sony Ericsson website in Canada has come under attack from hackers with personal details of 2,000 customers said to have been stolen.

While Sony revealed that no credit card details had been obtained, emails, passwords and phone numbers had been accessed in the latest attack on Sony services.

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This follows on closely from news that Sony sites in Canada and Thailand were comprimised earlier this week all while Sony attempts to recover from the PlayStation Network outage where data and credit card details were stolen from millions of users.

In a statement released by Sony, it claimed that the sites in Greece and Canada were hosted by third parties and are not part of the main Sony network.

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Link: BBC News