SOE Services Down Following Discovery of New Issue Relating to Intrusion

Posted Mon, May 02, 2011 by Martuk

It appears that Sony's trouble continues today following the intrusion that took place almost two weeks ago that potentially compromised the personal details of millions of Playstation Network users. A quick visit to any of the Sony Online Entertainment websites and services for EverQuest II, DC Universe Online and other games in the developer's library reveals that SOE has taken the sites and services down following a discovered issue relating to the intrusion. What that issue is will be explained later, but for now, players are back in the dark.

We've contacted SOE for comment and will update you when we have more details.




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