We are now well into the 15th day of the PlayStation Network being unavailable, and we still have no date when the service will resume. Earlier today we told you that Sony were claiming the PSN hack was down to Anonymous. But that has led Anonymous to post a letter before PlayStation Network is back online.
An article on Cnet is reporting the group has issued a 900-word statement saying that they are not in the business of stealing credit card information. They go on to say what they do is just political and hit out at what other corporations think of them.
The group had previously attacked the PSN network before but called off the action as they didn’t want to inconvenience gamers anymore, and promised to change tactics with its action against Sony. They say that if Sony conducts an “honest investigation” the group would be cleared of any involvement in the hack.
Whoever is to blame for the hack of the PlayStation Network, all the millions of PS3 owners out there will just be hoping that they don’t experience any problems with identity or credit card fraud. They will also be looking forward to getting back online and resume playing games.
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