CULVER CITY, Calif., Dec. 3 (UPI) -- The crew that hacked into the company computers of Sony Pictures keeps leaking information, which now includes Seth Rogen's salary for his new film: a hefty $8.4 million.
The breach also exposed a credit card number of studio head Michael Lynton. Lynton and co-chair Amy Pascal each earn $3 million a year, according to leaked information.
Sony is becoming more convinced that North Korean hackers are responsible for the attack, which officials believe was launched in retaliation for the upcoming Rogen comedy, "The Interview," about a plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
The attack was similar to one used last year to attack South Korean television stations and ATMs, indicating there's a link to the North Korea government.
The hackers last week shut down the company's computers network, and made available five yet-to-be released Sony films on the Internet for free, including Brad Pitt's war flick "Fury."
In a strange twist the hackers also obtained 2005 pay information on more than 31,000 employees of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd., according to Fusion.net, which included data indicating high-paid men far outnumber women. Experts aren't unsure how hackers accessed the information from the Sony network, which isn't part of the Deloitte system.
The mighty attack not only stole voluminous insider information, but also used wiper viruses to erase data and stagger a system to such a degree that Sony couldn't conduct business.
Rogen co-wrote, directed and stars in "The Interview." Budget details for "The Interview," which opens in U.S. theaters Christmas Day, were among hundreds of files released by the hackers.