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Playstation Network has been down for 5 days! :) LMAO

Discussion in 'Video Games' started by jessestylex, Apr 25, 2011.

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  1. Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    You can be a fanboy nomatter how many consoles you defend if you're overly supportive of them while never being fair to another.

    :) I've never heard of hacking on XBL... this story, however is making pretty decent news.
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    Don't underestimate 4chan. ;)
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    And how exactly did I put down XBL? Oh wait, I didn't. There goes your idiotic theory.

    http://www.zdnet.com/blog/security/xbox-live-hacked-accounts-stolen/131

    One of many examples.
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    wasn't he ing about his 360 going rrod a little while back?
  4. jessestylex DeadGirlsCantSayNo

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    It has been too long since I could play Uncharted 2, fix it already
  6. Puck Pro Bowler

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    I hear ya
    I just got one of my buddies who's a long time Halo player to try Uncharted 2. he bought the gme on the Wed. that PSN went down , so obviously haven't been able to get him on.

    look me up once it gets back running ( PuckDaddy )
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    Scea

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    (saw this on gizmodo)
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    Purdue University's Dr. Gene Spafford tells Congressional Subcommittee that the PlayStation Network's security was outdated--and Sony was aware of it.

    "If Dr. Spafford's assessment is accurate, it's inexcusable that Sony not only ran obsolete software on servers containing confidential data, but also that the company continued to do so after this information was publicly disclosed," said Consumer Reports technology editor Jeff Fox.

    The cybersecurity expert also said that the Sony intrusion alone compromised 100 million accounts both on the PSN and its Qriocity service. He also cited the total cost of the breach to Sony, credit card companies, and other outfits, which the Ponemon Institute estimated as being $24 billion, although he put the figure at $21 billion.
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    they need to leave all the excess crap (like Store, Home and Qricoity) alone for the time being, and get the online multiplayer servers operating.
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