Was The PlayStation Network Hacked – Again?
Yesterday, plenty of chatter along the interwebs were recorded talking about the hacking of the PlayStation Network – once again. It started in Twitter, with a fellow claiming to be linked to Anonymous, the hacking group. Sony on the other hand has just issued a statement to deny these claims. They deny the recent claim of illegal hacking and access of customer email address and passwords.
The alleged hacker posted some information on Twitter but these may simply be part of the data which was stolen in last year’s PlayStation Network hack ……………………. Read more: http://www.forbes.com/sites/
Will Cloud Gaming Be Important For The PlayStation Network?
Playstation 4? There might definitely be one, and it may be called Orbis, as its codename today is. What is most likely is that it will do the same things that the PlayStation 3 does – albeit much more advanced and prettier when it comes to graphics. Blu-ray discs and video game downloads from the PlayStation Networks are a no brainer. However, it might also play cloud-based game streaming.
The future is in the cloud, and Sony is planning to make use of that by unifying all of Sony through cloud and hardware services ……………………… read more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/gaming/
Are 10 Million PlayStation Network Accounts At Risk?
Anonymous has once again claimed a new exploit, targeting Sony this time for a supposed PSN breach. This breach would put as much as 10 million PlayStation Network accounts at risk. The claim reports that they have access to over 50GB database of information mostly on user account information such as login details. This type of breach now makes people question, will people definitely be safe on the PlayStation Networks and on PlayStation Mobile, too?
While Sony has brushed this allegation off, many people continue to worry about the safety of their personal information ……………. Read more: http://www.droidgamers.com/