Topic: Details on the Sony Pictures hack.
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Looks like they pulled down and made public all information stored at the company.

http://www.buzzfeed.com/tomgara/sony-hack


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The data dump, which was reviewed extensively by BuzzFeed News, includes employee criminal background checks, salary negotiations, and doctors’ letters explaining the medical rationale for leaves of absence. There are spreadsheets containing the salaries of 6,800 global employees, along with Social Security numbers for 3,500 U.S. staff. And there is extensive documentation of the company’s operations, ranging from the script for an unreleased pilot written by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan to the results of sales meetings with local TV executives.


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It's a lot less bad than it looks.
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Fuck Sony. They released a rootkit and infected thousands of victims.


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Corp IT security is going to be a very hot field folks. Switch to it if you have what it takes.
Any retard can be a programmer. It takes skills to secure data.


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. said: Corp IT security is going to be a very hot field folks. Switch to it if you have what it takes.
Any retard can be a programmer. It takes skills to secure data.

:lol:

Moronic post of the decade.


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A better question is: why the fuck are companies hoarding so much personal data on their employees?


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. said:
. said: Corp IT security is going to be a very hot field folks. Switch to it if you have what it takes.
Any retard can be a programmer. It takes skills to secure data.

:lol:

Moronic post of the decade.

Good counter argument, moran.


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This will keep happening until there is regulation with serious penalties for security lapses. Companies like Sony Pictures must be held responsible both financially and criminally for failing to safeguard their employees private files.


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. said: A better question is: why the fuck are companies hoarding so much personal data on their employees?

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Hollleee fuck. It says this info is available thru torrents.

In some cases, extensive stores of personal employee files — documents that have nothing to do with Sony corporate business — were included in the breach. One document swept up in the hack outlines the breastfeeding diet of a senior executive.

Leaked performance evaluations cover, sometimes in great detail, how individual employees failed to live up to the expectations of their managers. There are also detailed compensation reports for Sony’s executives, including their last three years of compensation at Sony, their target bonus, actual bonus, and base salary. It also compares them to similarly situated employees in other companies and reviews their proposed contracts for the next three years.
Alongside that: salary information on almost 7,000 employees, from those on multimillion-dollar contracts to those earning less than $21,000.


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. said: Fuck Sony. They released a rootkit and infected thousands of victims.

­THIS!

I almost forgot about that.

Karma's a bitch!


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http://fusion.net/story/30789/hacked-documents-reveal-a-hollywood-studios-stunning-gender-and-race-gap/


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­THIS!

I almost forgot about that.

Karma's a bitch!

still dont deserve this


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Sony Pictures has said little about its security failures since the hack, but seven years ago, its information security director was very chatty about “good-enough security.” Back in 2007, Jason Spaltro, then the executive director of information security at Sony Pictures Entertainment, was shockingly cavalier about security in an interview with CIO Magazine. He said it was a “valid business decision to accept the risk” of a security breach, and that he wouldn’t invest $10 million to avoid a possible $1 million loss. The current debacle is Sony’s second major headline-making breach; in 2011, hackers got access to data for millions of Playstation users.

Spaltro told the magazine a little tale: The year before, in 2006, an auditor told him that Sony’s employees were using terrible passwords — nouns rather than random combinations of letters, numbers and symbols. Spaltro bragged that he convinced the auditor that it wasn’t a big deal. He’d said he’d rather have employees using terrible passwords than their writing them down on Post-it notes attached to their screens. Sure, valid point, but ideally the head of infosec could offer up a better solution than, “Let them keep using their terrible passwords.”

Seven years later, Spaltro is still overseeing data security. Now senior vice president of information security, his salary is over $300,000 this year according to one of the leaked salary documents — and will get bumped over $400,000 if he gets his bonus. It’s unclear if a massive hack and complete failure of security is a bonus-breaker.


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. said: Sony Pictures has said little about its security failures since the hack, but seven years ago, its information security director was very chatty about “good-enough security.” Back in 2007, Jason Spaltro, then the executive director of information security at Sony Pictures Entertainment, was shockingly cavalier about security in an interview with CIO Magazine. He said it was a “valid business decision to accept the risk” of a security breach, and that he wouldn’t invest $10 million to avoid a possible $1 million loss. The current debacle is Sony’s second major headline-making breach; in 2011, hackers got access to data for millions of Playstation users.

Spaltro told the magazine a little tale: The year before, in 2006, an auditor told him that Sony’s employees were using terrible passwords — nouns rather than random combinations of letters, numbers and symbols. Spaltro bragged that he convinced the auditor that it wasn’t a big deal. He’d said he’d rather have employees using terrible passwords than their writing them down on Post-it notes attached to their screens. Sure, valid point, but ideally the head of infosec could offer up a better solution than, “Let them keep using their terrible passwords.”

Seven years later, Spaltro is still overseeing data security. Now senior vice president of information security, his salary is over $300,000 this year according to one of the leaked salary documents — and will get bumped over $400,000 if he gets his bonus. It’s unclear if a massive hack and complete failure of security is a bonus-breaker.

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He is gonna be dealing with :apu: soon for server monkey jobs.


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. said: It also compares them to similarly situated employees in other companies and reviews their proposed contracts for the next three years.
Alongside that: salary information on almost 7,000 employees, from those on multimillion-dollar contracts to those earning less than $21,000.


Who in the hell would be making less than 21k working for SONY, the janitor?!? :wtf:


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Janitors are usually contracted. Probably an intern.


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You gotta respect the NK hackers.
That is comedy gold.


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For Sony to release a film about assassinating a world leader is really an act of war, NK fought back in the best way possible.

Do not fuck with Kim Il Sung.

:lol:


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magbas.nli said: For Sony to release a film about assassinating a world leader is really an act of war, NK fought back in the best way possible.

Do not fuck with Kim Il Sung.

:lol:

Fuck you, you commie dickrider.


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Seth Rogen and James franco are going get hit by NK spies.
If I were them I would be pretty fucking worried, their asses are going to end up with a bullet in the back of the head and a note from Kim Il Sung that says "fuck you"
:lol:


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Fuck you, you commie dickrider.
who cares what some baboon ass drunk thinks?


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. said: who cares what some baboon ass drunk thinks?

You just hurted my fewings!

:cry:


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Their security must really suck if some starving gooks can get in.



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