Sony confirms good news for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita users.
A PSP game is coming out in 2015. What a world we live in! Brandish: The Dark Revenant is targeting an early January launch on PlayStation Network across North America, XSEED Games announced today, promising a specific date and release...Show More Summary
Earlier today, a group of hackers who had previously shut down Playstation Network and Xbox Live turned their sights on a bigger target: the Tor network. That news isn’t, of itself, surprising. Hackers gon’ hack, right? But what is truly...Show More Summary
Lizard Squad, the merry band of hackers that claimed responsibility for taking Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network offline for Christmas, appears to have a new target: Tor. Reports of an attack on the network, which offers online anonymity, appeare...
Notorious hacker group Lizard Squad has moved on from attacking Xbox Live and the Playstation Network and has now set its sites on the Tor network. The group announced the zero-day attack on Twitter, where is said it would target … Continue reading ?
The notorious hacker collective “Lizard Squad” says it is no longer attacking PlayStation Network or Xbox Live and will not do so in the future. You can thank Kim Dotcom for that, the group says on Twitter. Kim Schmitz, a.k.a. Kim Show More Summary
A group known as "The Lizard Squad" is boasting about the misery it caused to Xbox and PlayStation users over Christmas
Sony's PlayStation Network remains unavailable after an attack on the system took it down on Christmas Day, just as recipients of new consoles looked to log online. Xbox's system appeared to have recovered quickly from the distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks launched by a group that calls itself Lizard Squad. Show More Summary
If you use Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, Amazon, Walmart, or Hulu, you'll want to read this.
Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network were both down yesterday for its users due to what appears to be a hacking attempt on both online gaming systems.
A group of hackers calling itself "Lizard Squad" has claimed responsibility for repeatedly taking down both XBox Live and PlayStation Network over the holidays. As of Friday morning, Xbox Live is up and running, but the PlayStation Network is still offline. Show More Summary
Over the Christmas holiday, the gaming servers for Microsoft's Xbox and Sony's PlayStation 4 were off line, rendering the devices largely unusable.
“Lizard Squad,” the notorious hacker collective that will now be known for shutting down Sony’s PlayStation Network and Microsoft’s Xbox Live for two straight days starting on Christmas Eve, is now reportedly after the anonymous communication service, the Tor Project. Show More Summary
On to the next one. One day after a group of hackers took credit for compromising the networks of Playstation and Xbox, they now appear to be targeting Tor, a network that helps its users stay anonymous online. Tor is not a household...Show More Summary
But nothing can fix Sony's COMPLETELY TITSUP PlayStation Network A string of denial-of-service attacks that took down Xbox Live and Sony's PlayStation Network on Christmas Day appear to have stopped – and New Zealand-based file-sharing baron Kim Dotcom says the ceasefire is all thanks to him.…
Sony's support team invites users to follow them as they continue to update the online status of the PlayStation Network.
The Grinch stole online connectivity this year, it would seem. Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network have been hit with online issues, with each service taken offline in an apparent DDoS attack (distributed denial of service). The targeted attack beg...
Sony’s PlayStation and Microsoft’s Xbox networks were struggling to bounce back Friday following a bizarre Christmas Day cyber-attack.
Christmas is canceled. Well, if you got an Xbox or PlayStation console, it might feel that way. Both systems' online gaming networks are still experiencing trouble today after they were downed yesterday by "hackers."
PlayStation Network and Xbox Live were both offline on Christmas Day following DDoS attacks by hackers known as Lizard Squad. Many gamers will be able to use their consoles normally today, though, thanks to a surprise intervention.Click To Continue Reading