The PlayStation Network and Xbox Live were knock offline on Christmas Day. The network problems are linked to an attack by hackers. Read more on gamersgame.com
The Xbox Live Status page currently indicates some users having issues logging into Xbox Live on the Xbox One. A problem involving being unable to launch certain games has recently been resolved. No word on whether these current issues are related to the ones which brought the servers down on Christmas Day. Everything seems to be working fine on our end. Read more...
(Photo: Ervins Strauhmanis) What's keeping the juice flowing to your Xbox? If you live in Philadelphia, then it may be paper money burned at power plants--literally. When the Federal Reserve office in that city takes banknotes out of circulation, it burns whatever it can't recycle. Show More Summary
Hundreds of gamers are complaining that Xbox Live is down online.
The hack attack that happened around Christmas to both the Xbox Live and PlayStation Network have supposedly subsided. However, Sony is still having trouble getting PSN back up and running in working order.Click To Continue Reading
After allegedly taking down Sony’s PlayStation Network and Microsoft’s Xbox Live on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, one of the hackers from the collective “Lizard Squad” has spoken out, revealing his face in an interview with UK’s Sky News. Show More Summary
From Xbox Live being down on Christmas to the worst tech stocks of the year, here are the top stories from 12/20-12/26. 1. Gamers who received new consoles for Christmas found themselves unable to connect and play with friends. On what...Show More Summary
Hackers took down Xbox Live and PSN, ruining Christmas day for a lot of gamers. An unlikely hero came to the rescue to get things restored. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap. Click To Continue Reading
Two days after a small group of hackers going by the name "Lizard Squad" claimed responsibility for a worldwide Xbox and PlayStation outage, one purported member feels bold enough to give a live interview. "I'd be rather worried if those people didn't have anything better to do than play games on their consoles on Christmas Eve," he says. Read more...
Following through on threats of a Christmas hack, a Twitter account claiming affiliation with Anonymous released a list of what it says are usernames and passwords for 13,000 accounts on Amazon, PlayStation, XBox Live, Hulu Plus, Walmart and other retail and entertainment services. Show More Summary
Two days following the Christmas day outage that laid low both Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network, users are still having trouble connecting to PlayStation Network services on PS4 and PS3. Read more...
If you had trouble opening your Christmas Day inventory gifts in Grand Theft Auto Online, you weren't alone. Between apparent DDoS attacks and the likely holiday rush of player traffic, Xbox Live and PlayStation Network have suffered connectivity iss...
The Tor Project on Saturday morning acknowledged a cyber attack on this network, and provided the following statement to Business Insider: This looks like a regular attempt at a Sybil attack: the attackers have signed up many new relays in hopes of becoming a large fraction of the network. Show More Summary
PlayStation network services were slowly being restored, Sony said early Saturday - more than two days after a suspected attack by hackers that also brought down Microsoft's Xbox Live. A hacker group called "Lizard Squad" gleefully claimed...Show More Summary
Sony's PlayStation network is offline for the third straight day and Microsoft's Xbox Live is back in service. Both gaming platforms were hacked this week, disrupting Christmas gaming. Carter Evans reports from Los Angeles.
Xbox One and Xbox 360 games continue to struggle if they use Xbox Live in any way.
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