Monday, January 5, 2015

Who Needs Sophisticated Attackers?

found on the chive

While I don't believe North Korea had anything to do with the hack, I gather that not only were some of Sony's passwords literally "password", but thousands of them were stored unprotected documents in a folder called "Passwords". It's almost like someone wrote a playbook on how to make computer systems easy to break into and then gave it to Sony as an example of a security policy.