Sony says the cyberattacks on their PlayStation videogame network were worse than they initially believed, with intruders taking personal information from 24.6 million customers the company had thought safe. That brings the total number of compromised accounts to 100 million in a series of attacks that prompted Sony to shut down its online gaming services several weeks ago. The company says hackers may have stolen credit-card data from 12,700 non-U.S. accounts and 10,700 bank-account numbers from an “outdated database from 2007.” They shut down their online gaming service again on Monday when they detected the breach, but specified that it was not a new attack. "We temporarily took down [Sony Online Entertainment's] services as part of our continued investigation into the external intrusion that occurred in April," said Michele Sturdivant, a spokeswoman. "This is not a second attack." Sony executives bowed in apology on Sunday and said its online services have been under cyberattack for the past six weeks. The company is working with the FBI to investigate the attacks.