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Hackers “overwhelmed” Sony’s Play Station Network on Sunday, making the service unavailable to its tens of millions of users.
The move brought back painful memories for Sony of a serious 2011 breach that exposed the names and passwords of millions of customers on the Play Station Network.
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On its Twitter feed, Sunday, Lizard Squad posted that it was “preaching” that Sony should be spending more money to protect its customers’ accounts from such hacks.
It tweeted: “Sony, yet another large company, but they aren’t spending the waves of cash they obtain on their customers’ PSN service.
Over the course of 24 hours, my partner received a number of messages from these XBL and PSN porn bots; I, however, did not.
Sony execs are sure to be double checking any security holes that need to be plugged in its system after Sunday’s event.