After it hacked the PlayStation Network a long time ago, it has once again claimed that they have a 50 gigabyte database of email accounts and passwords, to which they say ten million accounts are currently at risk, even though they appear to be encrypted and many of the accounts in the document appear to be from northern Europe.

A spokesman from Sony Entertainment America, Shane Bettenhausen has said the claim is completely fake, and Kotaku has said the pastebin they tweeted is a copy from their previous hack from March 19th.

Via [Kotaku]

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