Publishes mass of Sony developer network source code

LulzSec claims fresh Sony hack

Hackers LulzSec have once again claimed to breached another of Sony’s networks, this time targeting the firm’s PlayStation developer network.

The group posted a torrent of 54MB of source code reportedly stolen from the SCE Developer Network. Separately an internal network map of Sony BMG was also posted.

Hacking blog now puts the number of successful Sony hacks worldwide at 16. The Epoch times reported that on the basic of LulzSec chat logs, a member of the group had been arrested.

However LulzSec issued a tweet denying that any of them had been arrested. "Nobody arrested, no significant logs leaked, website up, twitter up, Pirate Bay account up, IRC up, Lulz Boat sailing," they added.

The raised profile of thje hackers appears to have drawnadmiration from an unknown benefactor. LulzSec claimed to have been sent over US$7,200 worth of the untraceable peer-to-peer BitCoins currency.

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