Sony ISP Hacked, Customer Points Stolen


Sony has been hacked yet again – this time its Japanese subsidiary ISP So-net has been robbed by hackers, with attackers successfully stealing loyalty points from customers.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 24, 2011 22:20

    This isn't exactly pertaining to videogames, it's more or less speculation. Who ever wrote this loves to keep the rumor mill spinning.... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 23, 2011 15:35

    haters gonna hate, amirite Artefact?... More

Sony Hacked – Again


Sony’s PSN had barely been turned back on than it was yet again compromised – this time thanks to the astonishing oversight of requiring users to reset their passwords using the information which was already leaked to hackers.

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  • Ciscotaku commented on November 12, 2011 00:20

    awww... steam just got hacked @ anon above... More

  • Anonymous commented on November 3, 2011 00:38

    The only thing 360 has that the PS3 doesnt is some generic shooters. Forza 4 is the only game I envy though Lol.... More

PSN Back Up, Mostly


Sony has finally restored PlayStation Network service after it was catastrophically hacked, with most of its previous functionality restored after nearly a month of downtime.

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  • PrinceHeir commented on May 17, 2011 17:39

    played Uncharted 2 all night :D... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 16, 2011 01:16

    Actually, PSN+ has pretty awesome stuff every other month. The infamous 2 ,Killzone 3 ,Twisted Metal and socom 4 betas were amazing. You just have to be a member whenever all the awesome shit comes up.... More

Sony: “PSN Returns on 31st of May”


Sony has finally offered a firm date for the restoration of PSN services – the end of May.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 14, 2011 09:06

    Why don't you post a source from their official website Atrefact, because otherwise it's probably fake.... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 12, 2011 21:36

    We are sorry, but your attempt to create a meme has failed. Please kill yourself and try again later.... More

Sony Delays PSN Return Again, Puts User Data on Web


The resumption of service for Sony’s ill-fated PSN has been officially delayed, with Sony now only saying it is aiming for “mid-May”; as if that were not enough, they have admitted leaking more customer data – this time by putting it in a spreadsheet on an unsecured public server for “hackers” to make off with.

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  • Alexeon commented on May 9, 2011 09:27

    That 4koma is win! "Why cant we do PS3-chan?"... More

Sony Servers “Unpatched & Had No Firewalls”


Sony has been accused of hosting it PlayStation Network on servers running out of date software with no firewalls, and of continuing to run them in this fashion even after being made aware of the problem.

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  • PrinceHeir commented on May 9, 2011 14:22

    im pretty sure this has been debunk?... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 8, 2011 12:59

    I heard a rumor that Sony's American Cockfags...Executives have been declared a flight risk because they might flee and avoid testifying. I don't know if that's true or not, but I hope it is. Just... More

Sony Finally Admits Leak – “Anonymous Did It!”


Sony has finally confirmed that all 77 million PSN accounts have been leaked to hackers, previously having maintained this was a “possibility,” and has revealed it found a calling card from “Anonymous” on a hacked server.

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  • PrinceHeir commented on May 9, 2011 14:08

    holy shit this get's deeper and deeper O_O... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 9, 2011 07:06

    NOD brotherhood were the hackers?... More

Sony Loses 25 Million More Accounts, SOE Taken Offline


Sony has revealed that an earlier security breach it did not notice resulted in hackers making off with the details of another 25 million users, this time those unwise enough to play its MMORPGs, and has also confirmed that tens of thousands of additional card numbers have been stolen.

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  • cats2 commented on May 5, 2011 11:00

    The scary part is that the guy (more like kid) doing all this is "well known" in the psp/ps3 hacking sites. Plenty of them know him to great details and it makes it even funnier because... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 5, 2011 06:10

    It's highly unlikely that thats true. If it's even slightly relateable to Microsoft, Sony could sue their ass open and take out everything. They could sue them for billions in damages, lost sales, lost reputation, etc... That's just... More

Sony Offers Free Stuff to Victims



Sony has formally apologised for leaking the personal details of its 77 million PSN users to criminals, and is planning on offering free content and a month of free PlayStation Plus membership in the hopes its victims will forget all about it.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 7, 2011 07:42

    wow i lost 500€. But its okay i got 1 month of free PlayStation Plus membership.... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 4, 2011 11:57

    All I know is that the Sony Execs. are thinking in their collective heads, "there goes Golden Week."... More

PSN Victims Report Credit Card Fraud


Sony’s admission that 77 million PSN accounts are in the hands of hackers has been followed by scores of reports alleging credit card fraud as a result of the leak, which Sony dismisses with its assertion that there is “no evidence” of the cards being leaked, although they concede they “cannot rule out the possibility.”

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  • Anonymous commented on May 3, 2011 00:39

    Well I just checked with my credit card company and there has been no activity on my card that I cannot account for. I will check back regularly for a while, so if something does... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 1, 2011 15:03

    To sum up what's on my mind is, "You get what you pay for." Yeah, yeah, I know I'm probably get flamed or what not for this post as an Microsoft fan or... More

Sony Leaks 75,000,000 Accounts – “Worst in History”



Just when it seemed the reputation of Japanese industry for leaking things could get no worse, Sony’s loss of as many as 75 million PSN accounts has seen a new and most unwelcome record set, one for which irate consumers and even a US senator are demanding answers for.

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  • Pyry Nissinen commented on May 27, 2011 07:18

    Luckily, finding the culprits for the hacking of the PSN isn't difficult, because the theft of home addresses of the Playstation players, and the assassination of Osama bin Laden happened within the same week. This... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 2, 2011 01:16

    anyone for a game of marbles?... More

Sony: “We Let Hackers Have All Your Personal Data”


Sony has admitted that as a result of the hack which prompted it to take the PSN offline, hackers have stolen the personal data of all of its users, including their name and address, date of birth, passwords and security questions, purchase history and possibly credit card info.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 1, 2011 12:10

    Wow, I'am a 360 guy but even Iam saddened by this development, it's good to know that the banks are on te ready, it's sad that sony is being put 'under the bus' like this... More

  • Anonymous commented on April 30, 2011 10:50

    Someones an angry fanboy. Last time I checked Microsoft automatically ban anyone who tampers with the console in anyway so XBL users wont have to deal with this shit.... More

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