I'm not sure of what part you'll need, so I'll give you the full story.
I babysit this child on 5 years, and he got a Play Station 2 as birthday gift. We wanted to try online on this game so i signed up on a website (www.yourgamingname.com) on the computer by following the instruction.
I put my address, name, email and everything, because it asked for it.
Few days after, I got this unique pin code by the post, which I had to type on the site to confirm the account for some reason.
I did it and we played this game online together. well he did and i helped him into games etc. and played a bit with him. when i was baby sitting him.
Suddenly I got this add invitation on MSN by a Finnish guy. I asked who he was, and he sad we played together, so i just blocked him since he was probably a random person. But then he sent me an E-mail, where he asked if i knew what SQL injection (or something) is, and i was totally like huh.. no? He hacked my/the child's the Play station 2 account. I searched for SQL injection on google and figured it means hacking. The child is really sad now and I can't really explain it to him, we can't get a new account. There's only one unique network access code for each Playstation 2. I kinda feel guilty, and I wanna make him happy again. At the same time the guy who hacked us got my address now, because it's on the account's personal informations, so I sort of feel really scared... I don't like it, really.
I E-Mailed Sony, but they don't answer...
The best I could ask for, is if I can get the account back somehow? Hack it back? I really don't know. I just want the child to be happy again, it means a lot to me, and i don't want some freak to have my full name, address and everything... If you know what I mean.
Thanks a lot already. I really hope you guys can help me
Edited by Gucci Gurl, 10 June 2008 - 11:42 AM.
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