Sony introduced on Saturday that they don't understand when the return to the carrier of on-line video video games, pirated with the aid of hackers in late April.
Thousands and thousands of enthusiasts of on-line gaming have the will to take action. Sony introduced Saturday that he nonetheless didn’t understand when its PlayStation Community can be operational once more, whereas the Eastern team on Sunday promised a return to commonplace this week.
"The company takes its time to strengthen the protection of data and codes and to develop critical and timely features enhanced surveillance for higher security , "said Sony in a press release stating that" services will resume in stages and regions as soon as the consumer safety will be ensured . "The group that owns the Playstation game consoles do not indicate a precise date from which the game could take on its network.
More than 100 million accounts stolen
The Japanese group has suffered since mid-April, a double attack by hackers in which the personal data of more than 100 million users were stolen. Among the pirated information could include name, address, birth date, gender, phone number, username and password of users. But above all the bank details of players, which could make this the biggest robbery diversion of Internet history.
Howard Stringer, CEO of Sony has apologized to the official website of the Japanese group. He also proposed the establishment of an insurance policy in case new problems. Aside for now the American public, this policy will ensure each player for a million dollars.
Remains as to who is behind this gigantic robbery of global dimensions.Anonymous, the group of hackers who have made themselves known through a campaign of piracy against the banks that had cut funding to Wikileaks , has denied being behind the case. The FBI continues its investigation to find those responsible.
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