Sunday, May 15, 2011

Sony starting to reopen assaulted platforms

Sony has begun to restore the PlayStation Network service attack last month which compromised the data of 70 million players. Also announced for Sony Online. The company blog is warned that the return will be gradual in most regions of the world and is: Connect to the PlayStation Network, online play on the PS3 and PSP, manage your friends list, chat and trophies.

PS3 customers will immediately notice a new security system. Have to change their password access to PSN and this can only be done within the PS3 where you activated the account or by email validated. Sony announced that "very soon" will trigger the PlayStation Store and the ability to purchase content.

The company says it "will do everything possible to win back their trust, that is why we aggressively improve the security of our network with the latest technology, we develop these measures with security experts." And to thank the patience of loyal announces welcome package for each region whose details will be announced soon.

With regard to updating the PS3 system, another corporate message explains that the update (v3.61) is compulsory and is available now. "If you're using your PS3, the password can be changed in your PS3 (or the PS3 in which the account was activated), to add one more layer of security. If you have never downloaded content using your account on the system will send an email to the address of the Logon ID (email address) associated with the account when you first try to log into PSN, "E-house the instructions to change your password.

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