Attacks last week from Friday to Monday on Sony’s network where discovered after a “small amount” of user names and passwords were acquired by hackers. Sony says that “credit card information was not at risk during this attack”. Although i don’t know a lot about Sony’s PSN(Play Station Network) database I will say that usually when you have access to a users user name and password you have access to all the information on the account. After these attacks were confirmed as unauthorized, Sony locked the accounts and sent users emails that their accounts had been locked due to unwarranted infiltration. Sony is now working with many users who have seen unauthorized charges on their accounts. They say that “the accounts that have unauthorized charges will be replaced” and they are “giving affected users a $1 million identity theft insurance policy and free games. It also gave all PSN members affected by the outage access to PlayStation Plus for a month.” After all of this Sony’s reputation has been damaged and the future doesn’t look so bright for Sony economically as this is the second attack that has happened in two months.