PogoP wrote: »
It does nothing but upset people.
PogoP wrote: »
I don't understand what people get out of hacking... It does nothing but upset people.
Bibendum wrote: »
For the sport.
I think it's sad that people only seem to get mad at the hackers and not companies storing customers personal information with shitty security systems. Incompetence and laziness is okay I guess.
greevar wrote: »
There's a reason this is happening so much. The government wants to be able to snoop in everybody's network. These Lulsec people are just using the backdoor the government had added. You just need to find that hidden backdoor and you're in. Nobody is secure because of this. The security is an illusion, just like the TSA.
ErichWK wrote: »
THE POLYCOUNT SITE IS NEXT. NO IS SAFE! NO ONE I TELL YOU!
JacqueChoi wrote: »
I dunno. But if cloud based gaming takes off, then it could be an incredibly popular solution.
Netflix for games.
Mark Dygert wrote: »
Just another reason not to trust a company with your private info.
bizarr0 wrote: »
But all in all its going to be the shitty end of the stick for gamers until we all have wow style authenticators for everything built into your ,pc,console,toilet,toaster etc
ParoXum wrote: »
Eve Online, Minecraft and the Escapist have all been hacked today. Still, Lulzsec
arshlevon wrote: »
seems they are board with games, they are hacking the senate now.
hboybowen wrote: »
I wait for the day when microsoft or xbox live is hacked. That should never happen since Microsoft does alot of the military cyber defense systems apparently says associated press.
Lulzsec recently hacked into the U.S. Senate website too.
3devo wrote: »
clearly morons if they keep it up the feebs will crawl right up their A####s.
the only reason the have not already is coz nobodies paying attention and nobodies done anything with the data either.
if those change, god help em coz the government will mitnick them so fast they'll be like "what happened?"
Calabi wrote: »
It was bound to happen but looks like one of the idiots has got caught.
aajohnny wrote: »
s hacking going to effect the industry for the years to come?