Sony just can’t seem to catch a break. The company has become a big target following the PlayStation Network breach. Shortly after PSN was restored, Sony had fallen victim to an exploit that could have been used to change PSN passwords. Shortly after that, hackers broken into the Sony-owned internet provider known as So-net. The hacker(s) made off with $1,225 in gift points and some 90 email addresses. The latest Sony-got-hacked story deals with Sony BMG in Greece.
According to The Hacker News, the Sony BMG Greece website was hacked on May 5. The attacker reportedly used a SQL Injection tool to perform the hack. The customer information obtained in the hack was then posted to pastebin.com (which has since been taken down). The data included real names, user names and email addresses of those who are registered with the songymusic.gr. More crucial information such as passwords were not posted. It is believed that the hacker could not obtain that information.
At the time of this writing, sonymusic.gr is not online.