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New Sony hack compromises 150 accounts in Europe

Sony has seen the thirteenth hack on one of its databases by a hacker compromising 120 user names, passwords, mobile phone numbers, work emails, and websites, PC Magazine has reported. The attacker claimed to have used a standard SQL injection attack to gain access to the database, which he promptly released to the public via Pastebin document. The passwords were allegedly stored as plain text within Sony's database.