The massive hack of Sony Pictures continues to reveal confidential information, from salaries and social security numbers to the aliases stars use to check into hotels and reserve car services.
Hackers claim to have stolen 100 terabytes of data in total, and in the latest batch of files leaked by the a group calling itself Guardians of Peace, Fusion discovered a folder containing “publicity bibles” for many of the studio's recent films. The documents contain contact information for directors, actors and crew members, as well as some of the fake names celebrities come up with when they don't want people to know where they are staying.
Since it's not hard to come up with a new alias, we have no problem sharing a few of the phony names stars have used in the past:
- Tom Hanks: "Harry Lauder" and "Johnny Madrid"
- Sarah Michelle Gellar: "Neely O'Hara"
- Tobey Maguire: "Neil Deep"
- Natalie Portman: "Lauren Brown"
- Clive Owen: "Robert Fenton"
- Rob Schneider: "Nazzo Good"
- Taye Diggs: "Scott Diggs" (His real name)
- Jude Law: "Mr. Perry"
- Daniel Craig: "Olwen Williams"
- Jessica Alba: "Cash Money"
- Ice Cube: "Darius Stone" and "O'Shea Jackson" (His real name)
- Debra Messing: "Ava Harper"
The Guardians of Peace first hacked Sony on Nov. 24. While some amusing information has come to light, such as the fact that a few of Sony's employees are tired of making terrible Adam Sandler movies, things took a scary turn last week.
According to Variety, the hackers struck again on Thursday, sending a threatening email to employees that read in part:
Please sign your name to object the false [sic] of the company at the email address below if you don’t want to suffer damage. If you don’t, not only you but your family will be in danger.