Los Angeles – A hacker group has launched another series of attacks against Sony, this time claiming to have stolen source code and data from the Sony Computer Entertainment Developer Network and SonyBMG, while other hackers have targeted Sony Pictures Russia, CNET reports.

The “LulzSec” hacker group said in a post on The Pirate Bay’s message boards that its recent actions mark its sixth attack against Sony, and claim the group stole Sony source code and internal network maps.

LulzSec denied involvement in an attack that took the Sony Pictures Russia website offline.

LulzSec also said that a person allegedly arrested in connection with its actions was not a part of its group, and that a private Internet Relay Chat forum it used that has been exposed was not its “core chatting channel.”


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