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Sony Is Hurt I Got PSN Codes Through Amazon, Won’t Give Me $10 Store Credit

Sony had this great deal offering $10 in store credit for every $50 that they spent in the PlayStation Network online store. Shane decided to give making purchases in the PSN store a try, because, hey, free money! Only in his attempt to avoid handing over his credit card info to Sony, he inadvertently didn’t fulfill one of the terms of the deal, and Sony won’t give him one of his $10 credits. [More]

Sony: No Evidence That Credit Card Info Was Stolen By PlayStation Network Hackers

Sony: No Evidence That Credit Card Info Was Stolen By PlayStation Network Hackers

Sony’s PlayStation Network has been down for more than three weeks, during which the company hasn’t been able to definitively state whether or not users’ credit card information was compromised. But in a letter sent to game publishers, Sony writes that it’s seen no proof that such data was hacked. [More]

Security Expert: Sony Knew Its Software Was Obsolete Months Before PSN Breach

Security Expert: Sony Knew Its Software Was Obsolete Months Before PSN Breach

In congressional testimony this morning, Dr. Gene Spafford of Purdue University said that Sony was using outdated software on its servers — and knew about it months in advance of the recent security breaches that allowed hackers to get private information from over 100 million user accounts. [More]

Sony: PlayStation Network Users' Credit Card Info May Have Been Leaked

Sony: PlayStation Network Users' Credit Card Info May Have Been Leaked

Sony’s early bid for a high seed in next year’s Worst Company tournament continues, as does the mass outage of its PlayStation Network. Yesterday, the company admitted that it wasn’t sure if users’ credit card info was compromised by whatever evil forces hacked the system, but now Sony has slightly upgraded that uncertainty by saying that credit card info may have been leaked. [More]

Sony Not Sure If Credit Card Info Was Compromised During PSN Outage

Sony Not Sure If Credit Card Info Was Compromised During PSN Outage

Sony continues to deal with the fallout of its huge PlayStation Network outage, which has not only left 75 million users without access, but which also may have compromised users’ credit card information. [More]

Sony Is Making An Xbox Live-Like Cash Cow Of Its Own

Sony Is Making An Xbox Live-Like Cash Cow Of Its Own

Citing a swirl of whispers around the video game media world, 1Up reports Sony is set to announce PSN+, which will shake down gamers for $5 to $10 a month for perks such as cross-game voice chat, free play of the first hour of downloadable games and access to a rotating list of downloadable games. Online play should remain free for non PSN+ members, unlike Xbox Live. [More]