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After Hack, Sony Systems Still Dark

After Hack, Sony Systems Still Dark
Sony is no stranger to breaches. Sony’s PlayStation Network was hacked in 2011 and attackers obtained 77 million user accounts. The latest attack comes against Sony Pictures Entertainment.
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