Twitter Cracks Wise About PlayStation Network Hack

Your personal information may have been stolen from your PlayStation 3's online account by a malicious hacker. Your credit card number may have been compromised, though the people at PlayStation aren't sure.

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There is a bright side to this news: now we have more hilarious jokes, specifically about the PSN hack.

Take it away, people of Twitter:

"Hey folks, they told Playstation Plus subscribers about this credit card thing last Thursday."
- Bookscout


"If Sony had required firmware updates hourly instead of daily, this never would've happened."
- MTV Multiplayer's Russ Frushtick

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"PSN's down for a week, my credit card info might be stolen, but the most irritating thing about Sony's service is still the name 'Qriocity.'"
- Casey Malone

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"Upside of PSN debacle: easy to identify, block Sony Defense Force."
- Giant Bomb's Ryan Davis

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"Mortal Kombat exclusive: Kratos. Xbox 360 Mortal Kombat exclusive: being online."
-Andre Black Nerd

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"Bad news gets worse. If you ever participated in Folding@Home, it turns out that PSN was storing your entire DNA sequence."
- Insult Swordfighting's Mitch Krpta

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"Funnily enough, going to @Kotaku for news on the PSN thing reminded me that I already changed my passwords when they leaked my info."
- Martin Tsang (wait, we're not allowed to laugh at that one, right?)

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"Sony warns that Playstation Network hacker may have taken users' personal info/credit cards while leaving their virginity intact."
- Funny or Die

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"I better go change my birthday."
- Ars Technica reader


"Man, Kevin Butler better have a fucking gut-buster in his quiver to win me back this time."
- Joystiq's Griffin McElroy

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"I hope the PSN hackers do something really cool with all our money, like start a game company that provides a reliable and secure service!"
- Justin Amirkhani (not sure if this one was really a joke)

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"At Sony we believe in an open platform. A very open platform."
- Fake Kaz Hirai


Frushtick's the winner here, yes?

For practical info about this debacle and how it may affect you, check out our PSN Hack FAQ.

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