LulzSec, who made good on their threat to attack Sony, and after having carted away with a respectable stash of personal information, has now started to offer stolen code from Sony Computer Entertainment Developer Network via its Twitter account. This file will weigh in at 54MB, so it won’t be too long on modern networks to download this file, but if you’re on dial-up, forget about it. Apart from that, there are whispers that one of the members of the group have already been arrested – anyone able to confirm or deny that account?

Of course, there are many parties (chief among them Sony) who would like to see the culprits behind LulzSec thrown behind bars, with the key chucked away for good. On the other hand, this has opened up Sony’s eyes (as well as other companies) that security is of utmost importance, and you get what you pay for (or don’t, in cases where security is easily breached).

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