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We recently saw breaking news on Official PlayStation Blog saying, ‘Sony has started restoring its PlayStation Network and online services back’. And in other surprising news, it has been revealed that, Amazon.com’s web services cloud-computing unit was used by hackers to attack Sony online entertainment systems.
Finally some good news for Playstation Network members across the world. Sony has made an announcement that is ought to bring a smile on your face. Yes, that’s right folks, the restoration of PSN, which went down on 20th April, has begun.
An update appeared on the official PlayStation Blog, after 4 days of no information regarding PlayStation Network outage. Read after the break, how Sony yet again failed to deliver an exact time or date over PSN restoration in this new update.
YouTube is the largest video portal on world-wide-web where users take pleasure of uploading, sharing and watching videos online. YouTube is always there in providing excellent services to its users by projecting new and exciting features every now and then. The live streaming of videos, shows and events on YouTube falls under the same category of these exhilarating features. One of the most popular examples of live online streaming is the recent ‘Royal Wedding’ which was screened in The Royal Channel on YouTube.
However, the news we are going to share with you today relates to the introduction of YouTube’s fresh feature, YouTube Movies.
What we know about PSN so far is that the online gaming network was attacked in the latter part of April and Anonymous was held responsible by Sony. What we didn’t know so far was how many users were affected region wise and how the ill intentioned operation took place. Thanks to PS3HAX, we now have the missing pieces of the puzzle.
Bad news continue to come for the Playstation users. Sony has announced via its official PlayStation blog that the PlayStation Network services which went down in late April , won’t be restored this week as promised earlier.
We have seen a series of outstanding Kinect Hacks by many experts from different regions in past, but the hack we are going to share with you today is exceptionally different from all previous shared hacks. This hack is a result of brilliant magic skills.
We hinted it before and Sony reveals it now. In a reply to congressional sub-committee, Sony claimed that Anonymous was the intruder behind PlayStation Network attacks, further stating that they have found a file on their server with words ‘We are legion’ attached to it.
Finally some pleasant news coming from Sony, The tech giants have announced that they will be restoring some of the PSN services, which went down in the second half of April, during the course of this week. List of services that will be returned online are listed after the break.
After working hard day and night, Sony Engineers with the help of an outside security firm has collectively encountered the PlayStation Network and Qriocity systems problem. This whole process took one week and we saw results coming out gradually in a shape of updates.