After restoring PlayStation Network for developers only, now finally Sony has managed to get back online it’s PlayStation Network for all the user’s global wise. if you missed the cap of news, last month Sony was attacked by some hackers which hacks their online gaming PlayStation Network and Sony offline it, But now today sony announced officially that they start restoring the PlayStation Network back and firstly U.S and U.K users will get it and than others. Sony has released an update for their PS3 console which update its firmware to 3.61.

The firmware update for PlayStation 3, requires to change your PSN password as a part of the new security update. To get PSN back on your PlayStation, first of all you need to update your PS3 console to the latest released firmware which updates the security of the PSN.

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Sony announced the restoration plan in the blog post and put up a map which showing , which area of your country getting PSN first.

But today Kazuo Hirai announced the PSN restoration with the compulsory update of PS3.

We have been working on a new PS3 system software update that requires all PSN users to change their password once PlayStation Network is restored. The update (v3.61) is mandatory and is available now.

If using a PS3, your password can only be changed on your own PS3 (or a PS3 on which your PSN account was activated), as an added layer of security. If you have never downloaded any content using your account on the system, an email will be sent to the registered sign-in ID (email address) associated with your account when you first attempt to sign-in to PSN. This e-mail will contain a link that will enable you to change your password. In this email, click on the link and follow the instructions to change your password. Once you have changed your password you can sign-in to your account using your new password.

We strongly recommend that all PSN account holders with PS3s update their systems to prepare for when PlayStation Network is back online. The release of this update is a critical Step as we work to make PlayStation Network significantly more secure. Thank you for your continued support and patience.

Now in the map below you can see that some states and Canada parts have been recovered.

 

Notice: If your state is illuminated but your service has not yet been restored, please be patient – it can take a little while for the servers to populate fully.