NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- LulzSec, the hacker group known for incessantly pummeling Sony Playstation Network's security since March, has claimed another victory in its ongoing soap opera with the electronics multinational.
The group released 54MB of SVN Sony (SNE) Developer source code on their Web site lulzsecurity.com on Monday and said in a press release: "That's hackers 16, Sony 0. Your move!"
LulzSec increased its followers by 25,000, up to 75,000 people in about three hours after it had revealed the latest Sony hack on its Twitter account.
Nintendo also confirmed on Monday that it was hacked by the group this past weekend, but said that no personal information was stolen and that no damage had been done to the company's operation.LulzSec said they never meant to harm Nintendo. "Re: Nintendo, we just got a config file and made it clear that we didn't mean any harm. Nintendo had already fixed it anyway. <3 them!" the group tweeted on Sunday. The havoc wrought by LulzSec comes at a time as consumers become more conscious of their personal information moving into "cloud" computing. At Apple's (AAPL) 2011 World Wide Developers' Conference,
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