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Originally posted by NeoSpace
To be honest I hate Anonymous and no not just for PSN, they have been stealing money from peoples bank accounts and PayPal accounts myself included, I use the same email address and password for PSN and PayPal and today all my money from my PayPal account was sent to sombody in Poland.
Luckily I only use that password for PSN and PayPal and nothing else, all my other online accounts have different passwords.
I hope they get caught and spend a long time in prison.
Hackers using an alias signed up to rent a server through Amazon’s EC2 service and launched the attack from there, said the person, who requested anonymity because the information is confidential. The account has been shut down, the person said
Amazon EC2 helps researcher to crack Wi-Fi password in 20 minutesArticle Comments (1) Rate this Story 0 0 Print Email Order Reprints Text Size By Carl Bagh | January 12, 2011 5:04 PM EST
Amazon's Infrastructure-as-an-offering (IaaS) the EC2, though synonymous with cost savings for businesses, is also gaining reputation as a potential tool in the hands of malicious code crackers.
Reuters reported that a researcher in Germany Cologne, Thomas Roth, used Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC20 service to run software he developed to crack regular passwords to enter into protected wireless networks. The custom software tests 400,000 passwords per second using the EC2 compute power.
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