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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Sony’s PSN Back


Sony released a comprehensive update to their timeframe for bringing the PSN back up and running at full speed – with many services resuming by the end of the week.


Now we’re getting official (translated) confirmation that, as part of Sony’s updated security, users should expect to download a new firmware – designated 3.61.


Sony’s Playstation Network has been down since a hacker accessed personal information on roughly seventy-seven million user accounts between April 17th and April 19th. Sony failed to release further information to customers until April 26th.


PS3 will have a forced system software update that will require all registered PlayStation Network users to change their account passwords before being able to sign into the service.


Sony currently believes that it will be able to restore a limited version of the Playstation Network within a week. The Playstation Store will be disabled until Sony can fully investigate the hack. The Playstation Network is expected to be restored in Japan first. Europe and the United States are also high priorities for restoration.

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