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Sony PlayStation Network Down While Hacker Proof System Built Print E-mail
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Source: Gather - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Network Security The Sony PlayStation network down news for PS3 and Qriocity players is sobering. The network has been down for several days following an "external intrusion" a.k.a. hacker attack. Sadly, the PSN will be down longer while more security is put in place. It qualifies as a WTF moment in the world of video-gaming for many PS3 players when a surprise maintenance page popped up when subscribers tried to sign into the PSN.

The Sony PlayStation network down debacle has scarred the company that has been free from outages. Word soon came that the coveted system was hacked, blocking co-op players from getting online.

The service providers responsible for the network outage issue released a statement that said: "Our efforts to resolve this matter involve re-building our system to further strengthen our network infrastructure."

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