Xbox Live and PSN got a DDoS attack

Xbox Live and PSN got a DDoS attack

Hackers interrupted the Xbox Live and PSN services by a DDoS attack.

On the one hand, hackers The Finest, affiliated with Anonymous, worked to restore PSN and Xbox Live services as we see in their Twitter:

Those responsible for the attack were Lizard Squad, who admitted that they had stopped because Mega’s founder Kim Dotcom had offered unlimited lifelong accounts to Mega.

Of course, an absolutely sad event, and more after Christmas, when many people are waiting for illusion to try their new games.

Xbox Live is already active, but PSN still has problems.

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