When the PSN is back? Sony does not have any answers. When the Playstation Network (PSN) and the servers for SOE (Sony Online Entertainment) go online again? So far there is no evidence that Sony’s online services today live gets. Sony continues to rely on scanty information updates – users are annoyed.
Originally, the PSN go back this week to the start, but it seems that the problems with Sony Online Entertainment, which arrived only on Monday to the public, provide further delay. At least for the servers of SOE games, there is a recent Tweet:
We regret that we were unable to bring service back online today, and continue to work hard on the issue!
Due to the time difference, the post is probably referring to Wednesday, but perhaps on the Thursday. For PSN, there is no concrete evidence of a restart. At 4.5. Sony published a response to questions from the U.S. Congress. There, we pointed out that you continue around the clock work on PSN and that they would announce more details on the restart. According to reports on the Internet have also employees of Sony hotline different information, from 7.5. to 9.5. ranging information.
We are working around the clock to have some PlayStation Network services restored and we’ll be providing specific details shortly. We hope this update is helpful to you, and we will continue to keep you posted as we work to restore our network and Provide you with both the entertainment and the security you deserve.
The first step will allow Sony’s online games for PS3 and PSP again, also bring the Qriocity network for subscribers back to the start. Even the administration of the account including a password reset will be possible in the first step among others.
Although Anonymous actually been over a week ago has confirmed that it is not for the PSN is responsible Hack, Sony has on its servers a file called “Anonymous” found, contained the following text: “. We are Legion” Anonymous has approximately placed this notice, or someone who wishes to divert attention from his person?
Anonymous has now reported a second time to speak and denied that it has stolen credit card information from PlayStation Network: “If Sony makes a thorough study on the credit card theft, then you will be able to make not responsible Anonymous.” Anonymous is certainly a decentralized group, the “leader” but would brook no credit card theft. Nevertheless, there is one previous justifications of the head department of Sony skeptical.