The PlayStation Network (PSN) is reportedly down worldwide on the same day as the launch of Battlefield 1, one of the network's biggest games.
The hacking group Phantom Squad is claiming responsibility for a DDOS attack that took Sony's PlayStation Network offline worldwide for most of Monday.
Despite looming threats the Xbox Live service and PlayStation Network (PSN) weren't shut down by any massive DDoS attacks.
Security company, Damballa, has discovered two new utilities for 'wiping malware', like Destover, which allow it to better hide its tracks and disguise itself among your regular files
Sony data breach survives motion to dismiss following up from class action suit filed against them in March.
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