LOS ANGELES (CBSMiami.com) – Sony’s troubled PlayStation Network and Sony Only Entertainment have suffered another hacker attack with roughly 93,000 user accounts breached.
Sony has been trying to get in front of the attacks for the better part of the year. So far, more than 90 million accounts across Sony’s online properties have been hacked, according to the Los Angeles Times.READ MORE: COVID uptick being felt across South Florida as CDC recommends taking added precautions
Hackers have taken a toll on Sony’s online enterprises which are in a constant battle with Microsoft’s Xbox 360 gaming platform.READ MORE: Gov. Ron DeSantis to sign off on housing money
Earlier in the year, the attacks on Sony were so bad that the company’s online video gaming services had to be suspended.
Sony said that as a preventative measure, it will require any accounts that were breached through this attempt will require a secure a password resets.MORE NEWS: Second Suspected Case Of Monkeypox In Broward Under Investigation
Any account holders who were impacted will be contacted by Sony directly.