ZDnet - Anonymous says it has hacked the PlayStation Network yet again, but Sony is denying all such claims.
Everything seems to be fine on my end, also i haven't seen any PSN Member report a Hack.
Anyone can say anything, its the internet. "I hacked Sony" see how easy it is?
AHHH! panick, panic, panic change password. Panic
and what is their reason to hack Sony again anyway?
They have nothing else to do. Sure as hell don't have a date this weekend.
It would be impossible to hack Sony again after Security got Beefed up
I would not be impossible as nothing is impossible but it would be harder than last time. This is coming a joke now they started out with a point but they way they are going on its not just hurting Sony its hurting Gamers too. I think Sony should employ someone to hack into all the Anonymous members and really play with there heads. Anonymous do one and leave us gamers out of it.
I agree, this has got to stop as it is no longer cute or funny. Before they had a reason, although I did not agree with their reasoning, but now, they are just being wannabe bullies and wreck stuff up for Gamers.
Someone upset by Sony's successful Gamescom showing
Anonymous members must be having X360s.
no games to play so they ruin PSN for people who can actually play games.
Oh dude - this isn't the place to start fanboy wars over who's system is more "Core" than the others. Back on topic here - I wish "Anonymous" would just get off it. Cyber bullies/terrorists. All of them
Just couldn't resist yourself huh?
Anonymous members are PC Elitist, hence why they are Global Hackers
hacked doesnt necessarly mean fucked with (stolen, or used info from it) merely means accessed, if ppl dont believe its possible then theyre just ignorant about what can be done.
It was conclusively proven false, the 'stolen data' was old, a simple google search could tell you that.
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