Sony's Playstation Network has been hit by another outside attack with Sony admitting that about 93,000 PSN accounts may have been affected. Those accounts have been temporarily locked.
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Sony CEO Howard Stringer proclaimed this week that its Playstation Network gaming service was "more secure and better than ever" following the cyber attacks that brought PSN down earlier this year.
The well known hacker group Anonymous has announced that it will bring down the Facebook social networking service on November 5 due to privacy breaches.