Also everyone is saying how bad their security is when no one knows what it is but the Hackers.
For all we know it could've been increadibly hard to get into. Hackers are known to be persistant.
And despite all their persistence, all they've managed to do throughout the years to other large entities, such as Facebook or Visa or Amazon, is get a hold of the information of a few
people through those services. Not the the whole fucking database.
Sony is just as much to blame as the hackers here, if not more so. And the people who bought their product and used their service have every right to be mad at them for not providing the expected amount of security.
Now thats just stupid: if not more so? Really? Sorry but this would have never happened if not for the Hackers. All of this is there fault. Like I said, Sony should've had been security on this part, BUT, its the Hackers who is the center of the problem.
Yes, more so. Again, hackers are always
out there. So you don't make a system with lackluster security and then go, "oh well, if they hack it then it's their fault for being bad people." You fucking take preventative measures before it happens, not after.
When people use your service, there's a certain amount of trust that goes into that. They're trusting that you know what the fuck you're doing security-wise. Sony obviously didn't, and therefore that trust was betrayed. Worse, that betrayal will cost people money, and a lot of time fighting identity theft.