Not Again!!

The PlayStation Network, Sony Entertainment Network, and Sony Online Entertainment have been the targets of a cyber attack this morning, Sony confirmed.

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Spanish Police Arrest Anonymous Members for Cyberattacks

There are two slightly conflicting stories I found on this. The NY Times reports that Spanish police have apprehended three men in connection with the recent attacks on the PlayStation Network, as well as corporate and government websites all over the world. But Reuters says that the arrests for all the above, but NOT the PSN attack. So which is it?

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PlayStation Store to Return This Friday?

Sony recently announced that the PlayStation Store would be up and running by the end of this week, but it did not give an exact date. But a developer has hinted as to the exact date the store would be back online.

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The Details For Sony’s Welcome Back Program

Sony promised us compensation for the PSN being down the last few weeks. A few hours ago they released the details of said program.

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Playstation Network Still Not Online In Japan

This weekend we saw the glorious return of the PSN. Like a speedo wearing muscle man who was ordered to, “Rise From His Grave!” The service sprang to life all over the world, well almost everywhere.

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PSN 3.61 Patch Out, Enables Password Changing

The PSN has been down for a long time now. Today we’re seeing the first signs of it coming back online.

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PSN Outage Leads to Increase in PS3 Trade-Ins

There’s more bad news for Sony since now they are getting hit where it hurts most: retail. The backlash from the PSN fiasco has led to a dramatic increase in trade-ins for the PS3, some settle for the cash, while a good number take an Xbox 360 instead.

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No Truth Behind PSN Returning by May 31, says report

News reports on Sunday saying that the PlayStation Network would be back up by May 31 are incorrect, according to Sony spokesman Patrick Seybold. [Read more...]

“Anonymous” File Found on PSN Server

The PlayStation Network is still down, but a gradual roll-out of services is expected. In the meantime Sony’s Kaz Hirai has responded via letter to the U.S. House of Representatives. The letter may shed light on who is responsible, because it stated “the intruders had planted a file on one of our Sony Online Entertainment servers named ‘Anonymous’ with the words ‘We are Legion’.”

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We Should See Some PSN Functions Back This Week

Finally Some good news from Sony on the Playstation Network debacle. Tonight Sony revealed their overall plan to bring the PSN back online and their way of trying to make things right with it’s jilted users.

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