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when will playstation network be back on?

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does anyone know when playstation network will be working again?

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  1. Hopefully soon, but at this point it seems like never. The worst part about the whole thing is the PSN fanboys that say “Great job Sony! Take your time.” What? That sounds crazy to me. The network they havent isnt secure, the whole network is taken offline, and its been 18 days with PSN. Yet, your still saying take your time. That is the most ridiculous statement ever. You can always tell the real gamers from the fakes.

  2. honestly playstation is working on the final touches but if you think about it all they are doing is sitting on there asses cause they know if a hacker really wants to take down the system it will happen all they are doing is making it more of a challenge for them. they need to just open the damn thing and let us play and what the hell is the whole point in having the month of free plus when if you don’t pay for the crap anyways then it are gonna disappear as soon as your month is up along with all the stuff you got with it. they should honestly just give us a free download or least 30 dollars in psn wallet!! when it up add me xionstorm

  3. There was a 3rd hack attack of an old 2001 database from an old playstation contest winner log.

    The details were then posted on sonys website as evidence.

    PSN WILL NOT BE BACK THIS WEEK

  4. There is no confirmed time, though sony are almost finished testing the new system so defiantly sometime between now and next week

  5. Published May 2, 2011 5:59 PM

    The hits just keep on coming when it comes to Sony’s online services. We’ve been promised that the PlayStation Network will be back online very soon, but now Sony Online Entertainment has taken its services offline. This is the company that brought us DC Universe Online, the for-pay superhero MMO.

    Here’s what Sony has announced so far:

    Our ongoing investigation of illegal intrusions into Sony Online Entertainment systems has discovered that hackers may have obtained personal customer information from SOE systems. We are today advising you that the personal information you provided us in connection with your SOE account may have been stolen in a cyber-attack. Stolen information includes, to the extent you provided it to us, the following: name, address (city, state, zip, country), email address, gender, birthdate, phone number, login name and hashed password.

    In a twist, the company has also announced a number of older credit card numbers and expiration dates from an older, 2007 database may have been compromised. “.12,700 non-US customer credit or debit card numbers and expiration dates (but not credit card security codes) and about 10,700 direct debit records listing bank account numbers of certain customers in Germany, Austria, Netherlands and Spain may have also been obtained—we will be notifying each of those customers promptly,” Sony explained.

    The services have been taken offline, the security is being strengthened, and an outside, “recognized” security firm has been called in.

    This could be a much larger problem than the PSN hack, with for-pay games being taken offline, and older credit card data being potentially stolen. We’ll be following this story as it develops.

    Sony is working as hard as they can to test and improve the security of the Sony PlayStation Network. Check online more and more with the keywords, “psn down (and include date). They always have great news on how Sony is doing and how the problem and security is improving in security. But once the psn arrives they are offering an identity theft protection program for free and as well as a new system update.

    Calculation: Sony will be up Sunday, or midnight.

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