Sick of Sony yet? Us neither, especially since it’s good news this time around, or at least, as good as news not involving definitive information on your personal data can be. Because this isn’t that kind of news, and it’s a fair bet that kind of news isn’t coming. Ever. Still, at this point PSN users will likely take what they can get.
Turns out what they can get is a new PS3 firmware that asks all PSN users to change their passwords. Sony are also “moving our network infrastructure and data center to a new, more secure location, which is already underway,” but that must be part of that physical network rebuilding stuff we’ve been hearing so much about. Also, Gamasutra is reporting that Sony has taken this opportunity to deliver a newer, beefier SDK to their partners, though the report in question is not confirmed, so it’s rather more of a rumor for now. Still, Sony is at least preserving the appearance that it’s working towards resolving the situation. Who could ask for more?Filed Under: Gaming News, Technology News