Monday, June 20, 2011

SEGA'S BEEN HACKED And It's Important Enough To Make Front Pages (And Grid Sucks)

On the MSN homepage.  Yeah, right up there with J. Blo's titties.

EDIT: Oh, and there's this pic on CBS that's gone viral big-time (try to guess what's wrong here):

SEGA is just one of many companies that have been hacked recently.  This particular hack happened days ago.  According to this arbitrary BBC page, all that was taken was 1.29 million Sega Pass e-mail addresses, dates of birth, and maybe some passwords.  No credit cards.  Okay, congrats hackers.  You hacked Sega, the fat red-head kid in the playground.  You took candy from a baby who didn't have any in the first place.  You got some e-mails to hit up.  What now--more spam e-mail?  I'm terribly scared.  I mean, those Windows Account Alert! e-mails really provided me with enough nightmare fuel to stay up for days.  If I get another 400,000 GBP offer directly to my bank account, whoo boy, I'm gonna lose it.

TBQH, I don't even know what a Sega Pass they got the password to my "Sega Pass."  Okay, as long as they don't friggin go around posting as me.  Sega already reset their passwords (which were encrypted BTW) and reacted very quickly, unlike Sony, lololol, so let's commend Sega in that regard.  And no, I don't use the same password on more than one account.  I only posted on the Sega board ten times in the last two years so what do I have to lose...

The funny thing is that the hackers behind the Nintendo & Sony attacks actually like Sega so they actually "get it"--this is what they had to say:

The hacker group Lulz Security, which has been involved in a number of high profile attacks, including one against Sega rival Nintento, has denied involvement in the Sega case.

Instead it showed some sympathy for the company on its Twitter feed.

"We want to help you destroy the hackers that attacked you. We love the Dreamcast, these people are going down," it said. 

 Warning to all Hackers: Kick His Ass, Seabass!!!

SELF-PITY AND DREAMCAST FTW!!!  It helped save Sega's life.  Okay, that may be an exaggeration, I can't wait to see the cops' beatdown on LulzSec's candy ass.  But, most importantly, hats off to SEGA for being important enough to being mentioned in the news!!!  SEGA VICTOLY!!!


Oh yeah, one funny thing--GRID game servers are going down.  This is a game released in 2008 BTW.  I won't say much but if you read the comments in this Joystiq article, you see people losing their s*** over this, begging for dedicated servers and whatnot.  I foresaw this whole debacle going down not doubt me.

No comments:

Post a Comment