I'm calling pastey faced mama boys here just trying to earn some extra "street-cred" .. No one in their right mind will pay for it without some kind of proof if that this is indeed the dreaded list. Also i am pretty sure if you were going to sell something like this you wouldn't put it on a known underground website forum like this... That is the most retarded thing I have ever heard.. looks at sony! do they work for you by any chance?
What I find more worrying is that it appears that people had been running their own shells on the PSN servers for some time! Mathieulh even tweeted he knew some guys who had one on there but then again we all know Math can jump on the band-wagon and to claim sh1t that aint true. But in the remotest chance he did know I once again I demand to know where the hell was Sonys Internal Security experts and analysers?!
EPIC LOL EDIT
: I just did a search on the PSN news and found this, the people who are trying to sell the list are trying to sell it back to Sony :-S WTF?! am deffo calling BS on this! If was true then these people deserve everything coming to them and are retarded to boot.
Kevin Stevens, senior threat researcher at the security firm Trend Micro, said he had seen talk of the database on several hacker forums, including indications that the Sony hackers were hoping to sell the credit card list for upwards of $100,000. Mr. Stevens said one forum member told him the hackers had even offered to sell the data back to Sony but did not receive a response from the company.
Sony have responded to the LOL edit report, to quote:
”To my knowledge there is no truth to the report that Sony was offered an opportunity to purchase the list,” SCEA PR boss Patrick Seybold told the paper.