A hacker group has claimed it has attacked the Sony network and stolen more than one million passwords, email addresses and other information.
Lulz Security said it broke into servers that run SonyPictures.com.
Sony said it was aware of Lulz Security’s statement and was investigating, the Associated Press reported.
In April, hackers broke into Sony’s PlayStation Network and stole data from more than 77 million accounts.
That attack was considered the biggest in internet history and led to Sony shutting down the PlayStation Network and other services for almost a month.
The company has estimated the data breach will result in a $170m (£104m) hit to its operating profit.
Since then, Sony’s networks have become targets for hackers and the company has confirmed at least four other break-ins prior to the claimed attack on Sony Pictures.
Read More/Source: BBC News