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PlayStation Network

Sony PlayStation Network, Down on Christmas

Day 2 –

PlayStation Network Down Again –

The network came up again for a short while, only to fail once again. 110 million users unable to access their online content or play.


When issue like this happen its for one reason and not the HACKERS
I am all for the “A” plan but where is the plan “B”  Doesn’t seem to be one

I guess (only guessing from what I have experienced)
— its due to the lack in proper infrastructure —
I don’t blame the IT staff or engineers; and feed sad for that middle tier management who attempt to keep the budget low; so they look good to management above

But what does that get you?

Because they have failed to communicate upward of the risks and what needs to be in place and that that will cost involved to keep a network and infrastructure resilient.

Its that simple, and this is will over 100 millions customers are down. Sad, so sad and shows you how much they care.




It seems that PlayStation network and that of Microsoft Xbox Online are both under a DDOS type event preventing access to content and log on resources. Users all over the world are affected by this outage.

For Sony this is nothing new

But will Sony Online / PlayStation Network (PSN) make good to customers who have lost game time and use of system during this outage.

More info here on the hacking / doss attack:

Seems like the Sony PlayStation Network is down

Attempts to log into the the network results into a redirect to the following page:

This issue was first noticed on the console where an error message reads:

An error has occurred. You have been signed out of PSN. (80710092)

The suggested actions to take are all a waste of time. Simply put, the network for Sony online is down.



PlayStation Network Down

Here we go again.  If you were looking to play on the PSN, today will not be that day.  The Playstation blog has announced that they are running routine maintenance all day today so the service will be unavailable from 8am until 10pm PST.

PlayStation Network will be offline for routine scheduled maintenance on Thursday, November 17th from approximately 8am until 10pm PST.

During the maintenance, you will be unable to access the following services:

In addition, you will not be able to sign in to PlayStation Network from However, some users may be able to play online during the maintenance.

During this maintenance, you can continue to collect in-game Trophies and these will be updated on your profile once PlayStation Network is back up and running.

Stay tuned to the PlayStation Twitter feed for updates and a notice when maintenance has concluded.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Sony have not given any explanation as to why there will be “routine” maintenance on such short notice. Feel free to speculate as much as possible in the comments section below.

PSN Restoration = Looking Good

Kazuo Hirai – PSN Relaunch Announcement

Sony‘s PlayStation Network has finally started to come back online, Sony Corp. President and chief executive Kazuo Hirai announced Saturday evening. The mandatory PlayStation 3 system update (v3.61) is currently available. Once installed, many PSN services, including online game-play for PlayStation 3 and PSP, should soon be available for users in the Americas, Europe, Australia and New Zealand and the Middle East. Sony expects to have full, worldwide access restored by May 31.

Users in the US can check this map to see whether service has been restored to their state.

The PlayStation®3 system software version 3.61

New for 3.61: As a security measure, this system software update will require you to change your account password before you can again access PlayStation®Network *. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete this process.

* Applies to the master account and all sub-accounts.

When you change your password, an e-mail message may be sent to the e-mail address registered with PlayStation®Network (your sign-in ID). If you cannot receive messages at your registered e-mail address, you will not be able to change your password.
If you cannot receive messages at the e-mail address you have registered as your sign-in ID, before changing your password, make sure you have an e-mail address where you can receive messages and then contact PlayStation® Consumer Support.
Depending on your country/region of residence and the network environment you are using, you may not be able to change your PlayStation®Network account password or make use of PlayStation®Network services for some time after updating your PS3™ system software.
The ability to change PlayStation®Network account passwords and use PlayStation®Network services* will be made available in all regions within a few days.
* This does not include the use of PlayStation®Store.