“Sony is trying to hinder downloads stolen data ‘




Through a denial of service attack referenced in bittorrent trackers trying to prevent Sony downloads of stolen data, reports a US tech site. Internal emails and financial data from both Sony and employees after a hack distributed via bittorrent.

Sony logo Sony is trying to hinder the downloads of the data by bittorrent trackers bombarding with false data sets Recode. That method used Hollywood studios until a few years ago to prevent the spread of new, popular movies via file transfer protocol. According Recode Sony used hundreds of Amazon Web Services virtual servers to perform denial of service attack.

The Sony hack would be a large amount of documents are captured, currently distributed via bittorrent include, but part is also leaked via Pastebin. Meanwhile uploaded five separate sets of files; For the latest collection of files seems the action of Sony, at least temporarily, not to work.

Ars Technica that the files have been recognized , reports that Sony internal emails do not know how to be happy with bypassing georestricties by Netflix customers. Customers of the video streaming site use plugins or VPN connections to view content that is actually available only in other countries. Sony thinks Netflix against doing too little. The site would be afraid to lose subscribers as it would take more measures.

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