Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 3rd Jun 2011 22:26 UTC, submitted by twitterfire
Privacy, Security, Encryption "The hacker group LulzSec on Thursday posted information it took from Sony Entertainment and Sony BMG on its site, called the LulzBoat. The information includes about a million usernames and passwords of customers in the U.S., Netherlands and Belgium and is available for download and posted on the group's site. A release posted on LulzSec's page said the group has more, but can't copy all of the information it stole. The group also said none of the information it took from Sony was encrypted."
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RE[5]: Question is...
by bert64 on Sat 4th Jun 2011 15:37 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Question is..."
bert64
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Security cameras around the public terminals..
More cameras on the entrances/exits.
Even more cameras on the streets outside.
Witnesses since it's a public place.
Logging at the network level (even assuming you have root equivalent access to the terminal itself and have proven there is no local logging).

Of course the easiest way to avoid being caught, is to live in a country where the law doesn't care.

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