PlayStation users: “Our accounts are being hacked”; Sony denies foul play
Having trouble accessing your PlayStation Network account? You are not alone but Sony is denying suffering any security breach.

A number of PSN users are complaining that their accounts are getting blocked and hacked — Sony, on the other hand, denies a there was a hack.

In the last couple of days, a growing number of users have reached PlayStation’s official support handle on Twitter reporting that their accounts are being hacked and those who have recovered their accounts are complaining about missing funds

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There are tons of other tweets where users are complaining about account hijacking and their funds being missing, however, Sony maintains that PlayStation Network has not been hacked. In a statement to BBC, Sony said that:

“We routinely monitor for irregular activity, and if such activity is detected, we may sometimes reset passwords of affected accounts to protect users and their account information. We strongly advise users to keep a close eye on their accounts for unusual activity and avoid entering your username/password into unofficial sites looking to phish credentials based on fake promotions.”

Sony has also apologized to its users for the inconvenience but did not mention the exact number of accounts facing login issues.

PlayStation Network users are not new to such issues. In fact, DDoS attacks on PSN servers often block users from accessing their accounts. Remember, Sony was once fined £250000 (311325.00 US Dollar) for PlayStation security breach in 2011.

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At the time of publishing this article, users were still reporting about login issues and missing funds.

Agan Uzunovic

Agan Uzunovic is a Bosnian journalist who is working for the country’s largest newspaper. He has a keen interest in reporting on activism and hacktivism. He is also a contributor at U.S based Revolution News media. Agan reports and writes for HackRead on IT security related topics.