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You may want to pick up the controller -- as long as you're offline. Sony says millions of users may have had passwords and even credit card numbers compromised in a data breach of its PlayStation Network.
Last week people who use Sony's PlayStation for gaming, listening to music and watching movies found they couldn't access the network. Sony acknowledged there was a problem, but said little else. Now Sony has announced that "malicious hackers" have accessed the personal data of the network's 77 million users--and that could include credit card numbers. Is it time to freak out? We ask Brian Krebs, a reporter specializing in computer security.