PlayStation Network and Quirocity services will resume this week

Sony revealed on their blog that they would be rolling out PlayStation network and Quirocity services in the upcoming week. A press conference took place in Tokyo   this morning and a press release is being distributed worldwide. They went on to thank everyone for their patience; the roll out of services will begin regionally. Users will be greeted with a mandatory update which will require users to change their password. At the press conference Kaz Hirai offered his apologies for the outage and also said that the PlayStation store would not be up and instead would be back up within a month. Approximately 10 million credit card numbers may have fallen into the hands of the hackers, 1/10 of the people that use the PlayStation network.  The motive behind the attack is still unclear. 


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