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EA Servers Taken Down by DDOS Attack

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1sTop4Gaming Keeps It Raw As Always And Reports As Moments ago EA’s servers were taken offline by a DDoS attack presumably by a group under the alias, Lizard Squad. As of reports filing in at DownDetector.com, Origin has received over 2000 reports on issues with its service today.

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[Update #2] Call of Duty: Ghosts and Destiny Servers Offline, Lizard Squad Claims Responsibility

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Update #2: The group recently sent out a tweet claiming EA’s servers are now offline. Also I have been able to connect to Destiny’s servers, others as well, but not everyone.

 

Update: Bungie’s support twitter account has tweeted confirming that the servers for Destiny is down for a portion of its players. So not everyone is affected.

 

Original story as follows:

Lizard Squad, the group who claimed responsibility for Sony’s PSN outage over the summer are claiming that they are responsible for Destiny and Call of Duty: Ghosts’ server outage.

Three days ago the group’s twitter account sent out “prediction” that a lot of gamers would be angry this weekend.

Then less than 30 minutes ago they sent out this tweet, revealing their targets.

Then around the time Destiny’s servers went down (This I can confirm personally), they dropped another tweet.

It is a very frustrating situation for Destiny and Ghosts players to find themselves in, especially those playing Bungies sci-fi shooter. Unlike Call of Duty: Ghosts which can still be played offline solo, Destiny requires a constant internet connection to do so. Even of you like to play the game by yourself, you are out of luck. Further proof why forcing it on games with solo play is a bad idea.

Stay tuned to RGN for updates on the situation.

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DDos Attackers Caught and Exposed

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As we all know our peaceful gaming universe was slowed to a crawl thanks to the DDos attacks of the supposed Lizard Squad.  It all started around August 23rd with the attack of the PlayStation Network which slowly moved up to more and more multiplayer gaming networks. The most recent being Xbox Live (A.k.A Microsoft’s Network). Recently though there has been hint that these pesky Lizards have finally lost their tails, and their secrecy.  Thanks to someone who calls themselves Activist Revolution, the Lizards may have just been caught sooner then they would have liked to be, with many posts from Activist stating that the FBI has caught the Lizard Squad, and many more stating that he is watching them and recording their IP, and also stating he is closer than they think.  I just hope all this is true and I can get back to gaming without having to worry about a keyhole hacker getting in my way. For a more in depth look, check out Activist Revolution on Twitter for all his/her posts about the Lizard Squad, and don’t forget to comment on what you think of these DDos attacks.

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[Update #4] Hacker Group’s DDoS Attacks Cripple PlayStation Network

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Update #4: Sony has released the following update on their blog.

“Like other major networks around the world, the PlayStation Network and Sony Entertainment Network have been impacted by an attempt to overwhelm our network with artificially high traffic.

Although this has impacted your ability to access our network and enjoy our services, no personal information has been accessed.
We will continue to work towards fixing this issue and hope to have our services up and running as soon as possible.

We regret any inconvenience this may have caused.”

Update #3: @FamedGod claims to have been the one responsible for the DDoS attack.

 

 

Update #2: Some users can log in but others still can’t at the moment.

 

 

Update: Smedley has tweeted that services will slowly but surely be restored.

 

 

Though he is referring to SOE and is not sure about PSN.

 

 

Stay tuned.

Original Story as follow:

Sony’s PlayStation Network was scheduled for maintenance on Monday but seems to have gotten a one day head start thanks to a barrage of DDos (Distributed denial of service) attacks on their servers.

The Hacker group known as @LizardSquad has claimed responsibility, bragging about it via their twitter account. They’ve also taken credit for the attacks on  Path of Exile, Battle.net and League of Legends servers. John Smedley, President of Sony Online Entertainment has confirmed the attacks via twitter.

 

 

There is no time window for when the service will be back online but Smedley has assured that Sony is working to bring it back online and it is almost under control.

 

 

The group also claims to have gotten into Sony’s data centers

 

 

Probably best to change your passwords once service goes back up just to be safe. Stay tuned to RGN as we’ll keep you updated on the situation.

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[Update #2] Hacker Threats Divert Plane Flight With Sony Boss On Board

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Update #2: Smedley has tweeted that everything is okay but won’t go into anymore details:

 

 

 

Update: In response to Game Informer’s inquires about the situation, a Sony representative had stated:

“The FBI is currently handling the situation at this time. We have no further comment”

Good, we’ll keep you posted.

Original Story as follows:

The group of hackers known as @LizardSquad — who claims to be behind the DDoS attacks on PSN and others, seems to have targeted  Sony Online President John Smedley as well. The group supposedly called in a bomb threat to flight American Airlines #362, causing it to divert. Smedley was on said flight.

 

According to Smedley’s tweet earlier this morning the flight was originally scheduled from Dallas to San Diego but it has been diverted to Phoenix for “security reasons.”

 

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You can view the flight path here.

 

He isn’t the only one to have tweeted about the situation, and LizardSquad took it upon themselves to retweet some of them.

 

 

 

This whole situation is getting out of hand honestly.

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