Entries in 'hack' (88)
The growing problem of online hacking represents more than simply a danger to PlayStation – it could actually threaten society itself.
Sony's troubles with online security are from over, if a new claim by hackers is to be believed.
Nintendo has become the latest games firm to fall victim to an online data hack, the Japanese company has confirmed.
"Hey Sony, you know we're making off with a bunch of your internal stuff right now and you haven't even noticed? Slow and steady, guys."
Having just confessed to a fresh data theft from the Sony Greece BMG website, the PlayStation platform has now revealed a further breach of its online security.
PSN remains online, but it seems that hackers are not letting up on their tirade against PlayStation platform holder Sony.
With PSN seemingly on the verge of a return to service, worrying rumours have emerged online claiming that Sony is being targeted for a third PSN attack this weekend.
Leading execs from two of the world's biggest publishers have downplayed the economic impact that the collapse of PSN has had on their companies.
The fanatical online activist group Anonymous has been named by Sony as a suspect of the PlayStation Network data breach.
Xbox 360 hackers have found an exploit that has cost Microsoft $1.2 million.
Sony has won the right to acquire the online IP addresses of anyone who has visited George Hotz’ website over the past two years.
A man was arrested in Spain for allegedly stealing details from thousands of Wii owners.
Sony’s ongoing war on hackers has stumbled as a judge has ruled against the company’s planned subpoenas.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has spoken out against Sony’s efforts to prosecute George Hotz, the man behind the PS3 hack.
PS3 owners may find themselves unable to play the latest Call of Duty titles online after Activision admitted it’s considering pulling PSN support from the games.
The first claims of full-scale piracy on the PS3 have surfaced on the internet.
A compatibility software engineer has managed to port an image taken from Kinect into the PC world-building game Minecraft.
Sony has vowed to defeat the renewed surge of people breaking through the security measures built into the PS3.
Amazon has stated that the outage that it suffered on Satudrady was a result of hardware failure and not online ‘hacktivism’ as has been claimed.
It was thought that Sony had won the battle, but the team behind the PSJailbreak hack has released a new version of the device that works with Sony’s latest firmware ...
Sony has won its first major victory in the battle against PS3 homebrew enabler PSJailbreak.
The Australian arm of Sony Computer Entertainment has won a temporary injunction that has banned the importing or sale of a new PS3 hacking tool until August 31st.