Le communiqué de presse parle de cette semaine hein, en tout cas pour une partie du service.http://blog.eu.playstation.com/2011/05/01/some-playstation-network-and-qriocity-services-to-be-available-this-week/
Sinon une partie de ce qui s'est passé :
> The servers were located at AT&T’s server centers in California.
> On April 19th, unusual activity was noticed, an internal investigation was conducted. This activity had taken place from April 17 to April 19.
> On April 20 a temporary server shutdown was implemented to ensure security, minimize customer risk, and conduct an investigation. Sony then brought on a US security firm to help.
> The intrusion was a highly sophisticated attack by 1 intruder; once this was established, a second security firm was brought in.
> On April 24, Sony brought in another US security firm to analyze and gather information on the intrusion.
> On April 26, customers were notified.
> Mr. Hirai confirmed that customer’s security codes for their credit cards were not compromised, and only a maximum of 10 million people use their credit cards on the PSN. An FBI criminal investigation is currently being conducted in order to catch the intruder.
Apparemment, c'est surtout SCEA qui a été touché et non pas SCEE, bref, tout ce bordel pour rien. Sans parler des mecs en Europe qui ont bloqué leurs cartes pour rien.
Et je parle pas des actus genre chez GK et GB : "les numéros de cartes bleues en ventes"
Aaaah, le journalisme c'est beau.