According to IRC chat logs acquired by Cnet, a group of hackers is planning a third cyber attack on Sony, which is still reeling from two attacks that have taken the PSN down for two weeks and left 100 million customers with data exposed. The upcoming attack is planned for this weekend, and the hackers claim to already have access to some of Sony's servers. Furthermore, the hackers plan to publicize all of the info they steal, including names, addresses and credit card numbers. Earlier this week, Sony revealed that a "highly sophisticated, planned" attack hit Sony's servers and they took down PSN as soon as it was detected. The company also implied that the group Anonymous had something to do with it, as there was a file planted on the server named "Anonymous" which included the statement "We are Legion," one of the group's mottoes. Anonymous, twice now, has denied being part of the attack. [/p] via cnet, by way of afterdawn.