New PSN Security Measures Leaked!
After more than 3 weeks without PSN and endless speculation as to the extent of the breach, some additional details were revealed in a blog post made by Howard Stringer, the Sr. Director of Corporate Communications & Social Media yesterday. You can view the entire blog post here. Stringer made it clear that every step possible is being taken to bring those responsible to justice. In addition, Sony is working around to clock to improve security and resume network service as soon as possible.
It was also announced that PSN users will receive 1 month of PSN+ once the servers are back up. Existing subscriptions will receive an extension to the subscription as a thank you to the community for their understanding in these trying times.
We’ve obtained through an undisclosed source, leaked photo’s of these new security measures. Sony is not ruling out any tactic that may thwart would-be hackers. Although some of these methods may seem
unorthodox, it looks like they have the right idea.
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