Monday, December 29, 2014
Sony says PlayStation make contacts back online taking into consideration three-day outage
Sony says its PlayStation make contacts is back online taking into consideration three days of disruptions with the aim of began on Christmas.
But important traffic might pick up again to cause problems in lieu of customers seeking to amuse yourself their favorite games, the company thought Sunday.
A crowd of hackers called Lizard Squad — or else someone claiming to chat in lieu of it — took standing in lieu of the disruptions. Clothed in a blog stake Saturday night maxim service had been restored, Sony junior president Catherine Jensen added with the aim of "PlayStation make contacts and a little other gaming services were attacked on the holidays with artificially elevated levels of traffic to disrupt connectivity and online gameplay."
Microsoft's Xbox Live service, which in addition went down Thursday, was back online Friday, although the company reported continuing problems.
So far, there's rebuff evidence to link these episodes with carry on month's attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment. The FBI has blamed with the aim of attack on North Korea, which was beside yourself with reference to Sony's "The Interview," a film comedy with reference to a plot to gun down North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.