Entries in 'hack' (88)
A group of Russian hackers have apparently discovered an exploit that allows them to download games from Ubisoft’s uPlay store for free.
A member of video games forum NeoGaf appears to have found an OS loophole that grants access to Wii U’s debug menu.
Sony has been cleared of multiple charges levelled at the firm regarding last year’s headline-hitting PSN hack.
UPDATED: NCsoft has contacted MCV to explain that not all of the 11,000 emails it received were related to hacking. Some referred to lost emails and assorted other non-related issues. ...
The PlayStation Vita’s security protocols have been breached.
In what can only be described as a victory for consumers, Ubisoft has scrapped its controversial always-on DRM for PC games.
AntiSec, one of the many internet hacking communities, has claimed that it has obtained the UDIDs and user details of 12m Apple users.
A potentially very serious issue with the PC DRM employed by Ubisoft seems to have left many gamers susceptible to hackers.
It’s the thing of nightmares for Apple.
Sony has removed PlayStation Vita compatible PSP game Everybody’s Tennis from the PSN Store after reports that it had allowed pirates to crack the new handheld.
Sony’s security boss and former US military man Brett Wahlin says protecting PSN is similar to the Cold War.
Valve's Gabe Newell sent out a notification today warning patrons of the company's digital distribution service Steam that hackers may have obtained a copy of a file containing payment transaction ...
We think that’s the message Microsoft is trying to send in releasing an extensive statement that effectively reiterates what it has said many times before – Xbox Live has not, ...
EA was forced to shut down its forums yesterday due to a hacker attack.
The digital world may be riding high following the high-profile global protests against SOPA and PIPA, but in the real world authorities have just claimed one of the largest piracy ...
The president and CEO of SCE Andrew House has labelled last year’s high-profile hack on the PlayStation Network as “ironic”.
For the second time this year Microsoft has been forced to issue a statement insisting that Xbox Live is safe.
“There has been no breach to the security of our Xbox Live service.”
A month and a half on from Microsoft’s assurances that hackers are not accessing Xbox Live customer details, fresh evidence has appeared suggesting that a problem persists.
No personal information was accessed following the recent security breach of Square Enix member servers in Japan and North America.
The North American and Japanese versions of the Square Enix Members websites have been taken offline following a suspected security breach.