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More hurdles for Sony PlayStation network.

PDP has reported on their website that Sony have hit ‘yet another wall’ in their attempts to restore the PlayStation Network.

After the initial major data breach that occurred in April, Sony had requested that all of its users change their log in passwords. However, it was pointed out that anyone could have their password changed if the date of birth and email address was known; both of these details were stolen by the hackers.

Sony’s senior executives have made a number of public apologies and PlayStation owners are being offered free games in compensation for the extensive network outage. There is evidence that some disgruntled users are switching to Microsoft’s gaming platform, the Xbox.

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