LulzSec Seeks Revenge After Sega Cyber Attack

LulzSec seeks revenge after the hacking free-for-all as Sega becomes the latest victim in such hacking and cyber-attacks… The hacking free-for-all continued this week as Sega apparently became the latest victim of a network breach and none other than hacking group LulzSec offered to help the game company by taking down the responsible parties. The blog PlayStation LifeStyle posted yesterday what it said was a letter sent by Sega to users of its Sega Pass service, informing them that “unauthorized entry was gained” to the Sega Pass database and that the company is investigating.

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