The PlayStation Network , or PSN, is how we connect with our friends and others globally to play multiplayer games. It is a payment subscription service, and Sony has some good news for those of us who love to use it.
In 2014, Lizard Squad ruined the gaming fun for millions of Xbox and Playstation gamers with DDoS attacks - and it might happen again.
Web channel ‘Drama Alert’ has posted an 18 minute video featuring a live interview with members of Lizard Squad, Finest Squad, Anonymous and Kim Dotcom discussing the hack attacks that took down PSN and Xbox Live, which are now both back online.
After a tumultuous Christmas Day 2014 and Boxing Day, both the PSN and Xbox Live services finally appear to be back up and running again.
Kim Dotcom offered the PSN and Xbox Live hackers, Lizard Squad, vouchers to his MegaPrivacy service, which ‘stopped’ the attacks, but there are still issues preventing many from logging in to both services.
The Playstation Network and Xbox Live networks have been down for most of the day thanks to concerted DDoS attacks by the Lizard Squad hackers, but Finest Squad says both networks are coming back soon.
Our friendly pie-chart impersonating 80’s icon Pac Man now has a compilation of his eating habits over the years. Or to put it another way Namco Bandai Games has put together a collection of Pac-Man games over the decades and released it under the moniker Pac-Man Museum.
Confusion reigns just days after the restoration of the PlayStation Network after an initial security breach three weeks before hand. It all looks like another stumble in the attempt to get services back up and running, and certainly seems like Sony has not thought through all the security ramifications of being responsible for customer's personal data.
It stuttered, it blew smoke, it rumbled, it coughed and then last night roared into life. The PlayStation Network has been resurrected into a, hopefully, more secure form, ready for action. Sony has now given out the details of its 'Welcome Back' programme with free games and PlayStation Plus subscriptions.
Sony has announced that the country by country restart of the stalled PlayStation Network, the system downed in April by a security breach, has begun.
Oops'¦ Sony's done it again. No longer can the venerable Japanese electronics behemoth simply 'make.believe' its networks are secure, no longer is network security just a final fantasy. In the real world, consequences can be worse!
Sony needs a smack following the hacking of its supposedly well-protected Playstation Network, with over 1.56m Australians affected by the global breach.
After an embarrassing week long shutdown post security breach, Sony is ready to restore the PlayStation Network a bit at a time with associated good-will treats for the patient.
One Aussie believes he has lost $2000 in the Sony PlayStation Network breach, his credit card apparently compromised. Is he just the tip of a 75 million plus user iceberg? Not according to recent information coming out of Sony.
Sony Computer Entertainment Australia has responded with words of explanation and advice to PlayStation Network account holders in the wake of breach that leaked data such as email addresses and credit card details from the database.
On a rainy day on a Sydney beach Sony Australia has launched a service for those cold wintery days in-doors. The PlayStation Network Video Delivery Service for Australian PS3 owners .
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