PSN restart not allowed in Japan until Sony proves it's safe

Jos

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Sony started to re-launch its PlayStation Network service over the weekend in the U.S. and other parts of the globe, following a three-week outage resulting from the hacking of the…

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Trillionsin

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I think the preventative measures will be shown when PSN doesnt go down again. If it goes down again then we'll know the hackers are still at work. No?
 
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No, the network has been down because Sony has been investigating/implementing security measures - not because hackers have kept it down. And even if it had been down for so long because of hackers, what's to say they didn't just stop attacking at that time and Sony claimed it was "safe".
 

Rasta211

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I appreciate when these top dogs actually come out on camera and say what went wrong and how they are going to fix it. Did he even say he was "sorry" for your data loss?
 

Trillionsin

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You said "no," assuming in response to my post... but then you said this (below) ...so apparently you didnt understand what I meant. You agreed with me and should have said "yes."

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And even if it had been down for so long because of hackers, what's to say they didn't just stop attacking at that time and Sony claimed it was "safe".

Anyways... I think I've seen enough PSN articles to last me the rest of the year. Hot topic though for techspot to get some visits.
 
I think somethings doesnt happen without meaning, this will serve to make psn stronger. And if its to make psn more secure, i agree they need to keep psn down as long as needed.