Sony has revealed that 93,000 accounts were recently accessed by hackers.
Sony has reported a growth in total PSN users since the security breach.
Hacking group LulzSec has targeted a number of new sites and game servers.
Sony has promised that all PSN features will be fully restored by the end of the week.
Sony has succumbed to new hacker attacks in Thailand and Japanese.
Sony has succumb to a new vulnerability in the PSN password reset system.
Sony has warned of a 'bad new world' of cybercrime.
Sony has implied the Anonymous hacking group is behind the PSN hacks.
Sony's online gaming site, Station.com, has been taken down following attacks too.
Sony has admitted that some personal data stored on PSN was not encrypted.
Sony has defended itself from anger that it should have told users the extent of the PSN hack earlier.
Sony has revealed that the PSN users may have had their details leaked.
Reports and rumours are circulating that Sony is about to announce a premium version of PSN.