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Sony Pictures' epic hack is perhaps the worst of all time.

An unrelenting stream of embarrassing memos, hacked employee data and corporate secrets were exposed by hackers. All because a group of hackers, allegedly with ties to North Korea, wanted Sony to cancel its screening of The Interview, a silly Seth Rogen movie about killing dictator Kim Jong-Un.

The company continued to feel the impact of the attacks months after, with downed computers and persistently frozen email.

Now, just weeks after the devastating cyber-attack, Sony Pictures Entertainment co-chairman Amy Pascal is stepping down from her post.

First published June 5, 2015: 7:17 AM ET

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