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Lulzsec and Anonymous Declare Open War Against All Governments and Fat Cats – HACK THE PLANET

HACK THE PLANET:

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Lulzsec and Anonymous have just declared full open war against all governments, banks and big corporations in the world. They are calling all hackers in the world to unite. Their objective is to fully expose all corruption and dark secrets:LulzSecLogo

Salutations Lulz Lizards,

As we’re aware, the government and whitehat security terrorists across the world continue to dominate and control our Internet ocean. Sitting pretty on cargo bays full of corrupt booty, they think it’s acceptable to condition and enslave all vessels in sight. Our Lulz Lizard battle fleet is now declaring immediate and unremitting war on the freedom-snatching moderators of 2011.

Welcome to Operation Anti-Security (#AntiSec) – we encourage any vessel, large or small, to open fire on any government or agency that crosses their path. We fully endorse the flaunting of the word “AntiSec” on any government website defacement or physical graffiti art. We encourage you to spread the word of AntiSec far and wide, for it will be remembered. To increase efforts, we are now teaming up with the Anonymous collective and all affiliated battleships.

Whether you’re sailing with us or against us, whether you hold past grudges or a burning desire to sink our lone ship, we invite you to join the rebellion. Together we can defend ourselves so that our privacy is not overrun by profiteering gluttons. Your hat can be white, gray or black, your skin and race are not important. If you’re aware of the corruption, expose it now, in the name of Anti-Security.

Top priority is to steal and leak any classified government information, including email spools and documentation. Prime targets are banks and other high-ranking establishments. If they try to censor our progress, we will obliterate the censor with cannonfire anointed with lizard blood.

It’s now or never. Come aboard, we’re expecting you…

History begins today.

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This is not going to end well. Or perhaps it will end well. Could this movement help change the world for the better? With the growing worldwide discontent against the political and financial establishment—in my home country and all through Europe people are organizing to fight corrupted politicians and their greedy fat owners—I wonder if this may very well be the beginning of our May 1968. That was the time when the young French generations stood up against the government to demand a much needed change.

Opening the vaults of dark secrets and exposing corruption everywhere would certainly help towards that goal: Real change. Perhaps this is just the beginning of a quiet and angry revolution that will make the world a better place. Maybe making that information public will be instrumental to wake everyone up.

That said, exposing emails and private information from normal people or sinking ships that are neutral in this battle will not help towards that cause. That’s not good and will not help anyone but those who they declare their enemies.

But uncovering the wrongdoings of states and economical institutions? I’m all for it.

 

Carmageddon: 405 Shut Down in July

City and county politicians joined public safety and transportation officials at a news conference Monday morning to alert motorists about a planned 10-mile, 53-hour closure of the heavily traveled 405 freeway in mid-July.

carmageddonLos Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and City Councilman Bill Rosendahl inadvertently underscored the importance of planning ahead by getting stuck in traffic and arriving a half hour late for the rush-hour news conference held at the Skirball Cultural Center adjacent to the bustling interstate.

“Anybody who would decide to have a press conference on the 405 at 9 o’clock in the morning is trying to make a point,” Villaraigosa said. “And the point is there’s gridlock on the 405 at virtually any time of the day, but particularly during the rush hour. And, if you think it’s bad now, let me just make something absolutely clear. On July 16 and 17, it will be an absolute nightmare and that’s why we’re asking the public to plan ahead, to avoid the area, to not go on the 405, or anywhere close, during that period of time.”

Villaraigosa and other officials hammered home a consistent message to plan ahead, avoid the area or stay home.

Construction crews for the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project plan to demolish half of the Mulholland Bridge in the Sepulveda Pass in mid-July in order to build a new, wider bridge and a car pool lane on the freeway. The demolition is part of a $1 billion project to add a 10-mile northbound carpool lane that will complete the carpool lane network between Orange County and the San Fernando Valley.

Ramps along the 10-mile closure between Interstate 10 and Highway 101 will begin to shut down as early as 7 p.m. on Friday, July 15, and the closure of freeway lanes will begin at 10 p.m. to ensure full freeway closure by midnight. The freeway will remain closed until 5 a.m. Monday morning, July 18, and all ramps and connectors will be reopened by 6 a.m. Officials said they chose to close the freeway over a weekend to minimize inconvenience to weekday working commuters.

The stretch of freeway that will be closed in mid-July has been rather infamous over the years. For example, O.J. Simpson’s white Ford Bronco took the 405’s Sunset Boulevard exit during his widely televised 1994 police chase; UCLA students in 1966 blocked the 405’s northbound lanes at Wilshire Boulevard to protest a decision to send the University of Southern California’s football team to the Rose Bowl, and comedian Bill Cosby’s son, Ennis Cosby, was shot and killed in January 1997 near a Sepulveda Pass freeway exit after his car got a flat tire.road-rage

Roughly 500,000 vehicles travel along this stretch of the 405 during a typical weekend in July, and everyone should try to avoid the area to help ease the expected gridlock, Villaraigosa said.

“They’re calling this ‘carmageddon’ and our objective is to prove all the predictors wrong and it doesn’t need to be a ‘carmageddon,’ ” said Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky.

He echoed Villaraigosa by repeating that there were no alternative routes open to drivers.

“The best alternative route is to totally avoid the 405 area, completely avoid it, don’t come anywhere near it, don’t even think about coming to it, stay the heck out of here,” Yaroslavsky said.

Yaroslavsky has represented the area for 36 years and said he knows every shortcut.

“Not one of them is going to work on the weekend of the 15, 16 and 17th,” he said.

City Councilmen Paul Koretz and Rosendahl, who represent areas surrounding the freeway, also urged motorists to avoid the 405.

“Stay the hell away,” Koretz said.

“Folks, just grab your calendar and put an ‘X’ on [July] 15, 16 and 17 and don’t come to this side of town to get over the hill one way or another,” Rosendahl said.

Motorists who must drive through the Greater Los Angeles area should use alternative freeways within the region to bypass the closed area. Traffic conditions on local streets and freeways are expected to be severe with multi-hour delays. Sepulveda Boulevard, which is normally an alternative to the 405, will be open to local residents only.

The California Highway Patrol, the Los Angeles Police Department, the Los Angeles Fire Department, Caltrans, Metrolink and Metro also had representatives at the news conference and have been working together to get the word out, including the use ofFacebook and Twitter.

“Everyone is going to be impacted,” said Richard Katz, chairman of the regional rail service Metrolink. “The point we can’t stress enough is that it’s not just the area around the 405. It’s literally from Santa Barbara to San Diego to Antelope Valley and places beyond. If people come to visit their relatives, Metrolink wants to send the message that if you have to travel, we provide an alternative to get you out of your car.”

Metrolink will add additional trains in the Antelope Valley area and between Los Angeles and Orange counties, Katz said.

Caltrans will let drivers know about the closure in advance through its freeway message signs with advisories extending all the way to Northern California, said Michael Miles, Caltrans District 7 director.

“It’s going to be a real horrendous weekend. You need to really plan your trips and think about what you need to do and stay away,” Miles said. “A barbecue would be good that weekend.”

Police officers will escort fire trucks to the area if they’re needed during the closure period and evacuation plans have been made in the case of a wildfire, officials said.

The 405 is a major thoroughfare to Los Angeles International Airport and Friday night and Monday morning are some of the airport’s busiest times for passengers and workers, said Jacqueline Yaft, deputy director of operations and emergency at Los Angeles World Airports, which operates LAX.

One of the airport’s chief goals is to ensure that its 20,000 weekend employees make it to work on time so passengers won’t encounter delays due to lack of staff, Yaft said. The airport also will have to let the 170,000 daily passengers know about the freeway closure, including 52,000 international passengers, Yaft said.

 

Absolute Sownage

Absolute Sownage

A concise history of recent Sony hacks

Sat Jun 4 04:17:33 CDT 2011

Security Curmudgeon

 

Over the last two months, the multi-national Sony Corporation has come under a wide range of attacks from an even wider range of attackers. The backstory about what event prompted who to attack and why will make a mediocre made-for-TV movie someday. This article is not going to cover the brief history of hacks; readers can find details elsewhere. Instead, the following only serves to create an accurate and comprehensive timeline regarding the recent breaches, a cliff notes summary for easy reference.

Other than Steve Ragan and The Tech Herald, most recent articles about Sony make vague references to ongoing problems, but do not enumerate the full history. This is likely because the past events, while only 45 days old at most, are convoluted and confusing. The table below should serve to fix that, hopefully giving journalists and security professionals a concrete and clear history.

One thing should be noted; the attacks against Sony are not coordinated, nor are they advanced. Sony has demonstrated they have not implemented what any rational administrator or security professional would consider “the absolute basics”. Storing millions of customer’s personal details and passwords without using any form of encryption is reckless and ridiculous. Even security books from the ’80s were adamant about encrypting passwords at the very least. Several of Sony’s sites have been compromised as a result of basic SQL injection attacks, nothing elaborate or complex.

If anyone… ANYONE at all uses the term “advanced persistent threat” in describing the attacks on Sony, please hit them very hard before disregarding them as ignorant charlatans hell-bent on serving their own interests. Given the wide variety of attackers (see below), the attacks on Sony can only be described as an uncoordinated effort at best.

That said, welcome to the recently coined term, “Sownage”. The state of being thoroughly “owned like Sony is”.

Incident Date Site Stock Who (allegedly) Observation
2011-04-20 Sony PSN Offline 30.14 PSN taken offline by Sony due to hack.
Network World has a timeline of events related to PSN.
1 2011-04-26 PlayStation Network (PSN) Hacked 29.79 Anonymous (?) Sony admits attack took place between April 17 and 19, but did not disclose until around the 26th.
Records breached: 77 million names, addresses, email addresses, birthdates, PlayStation Network/Qriocity passwords and logins, handle/PSN online ID, profile data, purchase history and possibly credit cards obtained (DatalossDB Entry)
2011-04-27 Ars readers report credit card fraud, blame Sony 29.03
2011-04-28 Sony PSN hack triggers lawsuit
Sony says SOE Customer Data Safe
28.39
2 2011-05-02 Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) hacked
SOE Network Taken Offline
28.80 (unknown) Sony Press Release.
Records breached: 24.6 million customer dates of birth, email addresses and phone numbers, including 12,700 non-U.S. credit or debit card numbers and expiration dates and about 10,700 direct debit records including bank account numbers (DatalossDB Entry)
2011-05-03 Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) issues breach notification letter 28.44
2011-05-05 Sony Brings In Forensic Experts On Data Breaches 27.98 “Data Forte, Guidance Software, and Protiviti will investigate who hacked into Sony’s servers and how they cracked the company’s defenses.”
2011-05-06 Sony Networks Lacked Firewall, Ran Obsolete Software: Testimony 28.06 Gene Spafford wrote an article describing his testimony, and how many media outlets misquoted him.
3 2011-05-07 Sony succumbs to another hack leaking 2,500 “old records” n/a Sony Note: This information was available via a Sony website andindexed by Google. This was not a “hack” by any means. File originally found at products.sel.sony.com/shared/santa/dbs/sweepstake.xls (now offline)
Records Breached: 2,500 names and partial addresses of 2001 Sony sweepstakes
2011-05-12 Lawyers take aim at Sony hack, may miss on payout 28.23
2011-05-14 Sony resuming PlayStation Network, Qriocity services n/a All SOE games/services were down for a total of 24 days.
4 2011-05-17 PSN Accounts still subject to a vulnerability 28.07 unknown With this vulnerability, an attacker has the ability to change a user’s password using only their account’s email and date of birth. Rumors suggest it was being exploited by bad guys.
TNW article titled “Not so fast: Sony’s PlayStation Network hacked again” is misleading.
Sony blog on incident (vulnerability fixed)
2011-05-18 Prolexic rumored to consult with Sony on security 27.80 “got a call from a recruiter who swore some company called prolexic was hired to protect Sony from Anonymous”
Update: Prolexic did provide services to Sony, but only for DDoS mitigation.
5 2011-05-20 Phishing site found on a Sony server 27.05 unknown (additional article)
6 2011-05-21 Hack on Sony-owned ISP steals $1,220 in virtual cash (So-net Entertainment Corp) n/a unknown (additional article)
Records Breached: e-mail and virtual currency of 128 accounts
7 2011-05-21 Sony Music Indonesia Defaced By k4L0ng666 n/a k4L0ng666 No evidence of personal information being compromised.
8 2011-05-22 Sony BMG Greece the latest hacked Sony site n/a b4d_vipera Apparently done via SQL InjectionPastebin dump
Records Breached: 8,500 usernames, email addresses, phone numbers and password hashes (DatalossDB Entry)
9 2011-05-23 LulzSec leak Sony’s Japanese Websites 26.59 LulzSec SQL Injection in www.sonymusic.co.jp (article)
Sophos says databases do “not contain names, passwords or other personally identifiable information”
2011-05-23 Sony forecasts a $3.1B loss for FY 2011 due to quake, PSN failure
PSN breach and restoration to cost $171M, Sony estimates
26.59
10 2011-05-24 Sony says hacker stole 2,000 records from Canadian site (Sony Erricson) 27.90 Idahc Sony Ericsson Got Hacked by Idahc – Lebanese hackervia SQL Injection
Idahc dumped 1,000 of the cords to http://pastebin.com/4YGAWxQZ (since removed)
Records Breached: Email addresses, passwords and names of 2,000 users (DatalossDB Entry)
2011-05-25 Sony Begins Providing ID Theft Protection for PlayStation Hack 27.65
11 2011-06-02 LulzSec versus Sony Pictures 26.54 LulzSec Sophos says 4.5 million records exposed
Lulz? Sony hackers deny responsibility for misuse of leaked data
Records breached: Over 1,000,000 users’ passwords, email addresses, home addresses, dates of birth, as well as administrator login passwords. Information taken from AutoTrader users database, Summer of Restless Beauty users database, Sony Wonder coupons database, Sony Wonder music codes database, Seinfeld Del Boca Vista database (DatalossDB Entry)
12 2011-06-02 Sony BMG Belgium (sonybmg.be) database exposed 26.54 LulzSec Records Breached: Email addresses, usernames, cleartext passwords, internal release dates of records, sales reports (DatalossDB Entry)
13 2011-06-02 Sony BMG Netherlands (sonybmg.nl) database exposed 26.54 LulzSec Records Breached: Usernames, cleartext passwords
2011-06-02 Sony, Epsilon Testify Before Congress 26.54 Tim Schaaff, President of Sony Network Entertainment International Witness Testimony (PDF)
“Sony Network Entertainment and Sony Online Entertainment have always made concerted and substantial efforts to maintain and improve their data security systems.”
14 2011-06-03 Sony Europe database leaked 26.38 Idahc Dump of the apps.pro.sony.eu database via SQL Injection
Records Breached: 120 names, phone numbers and e-mail addresses
2011-06-05 Latest Hack Shows Sony Didn’t Plug Holes “Group members said their motivation was to show Sony execs weren’t telling the truth when they tried to reassure customers they had revamped security to prevent the simple, almost identical exploits that allowed a range of hackers to take over one of its networks after another beginning in mid-April.”
15 2011-06-05 Sony Pictures Russia (www.sonypictures.ru) databases leaked unknown Another SQL injection attack. @LulzSec confirms they did not find it.
Records Breached: all (?) databases of Sony Pictures Russia

Note:

  • This table does not include any Denial of Service (DoS) attacks against Sony.
  • Several sources including news outlets and blogs consider the first DoS attack by Anonymous against Sony as the first attack.
  • Stock has been on a steady decline for a long time before these events

 

 

Legacy Sony Events

 

Given the recent testimony from Tim Schaaff, President of Sony Network Entertainment International, one may be led to believe that Sony has been proactive in their digital security. Schaaff told the Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade, part of the House of Representatives Energy & Commerce Committee, that “Sony Network Entertainment and Sony Online Entertainment have always made concerted and substantial efforts to maintain and improve their data security systems.” Looking at a brief, and very likely incomplete, history of Sony’s hacking problems, this statement seems absurd.

Schaaff goes on to say “The attack on us was, we believe, unprecedented in its size and scope.” With the string of recent high-profile attacks against Lockheed MartinRSA Security, and HBGary Federal (by the same group allegedly involved in the Sony PSN hack), this comment seems disingenuous. Further, between 2001-02-05 and 2001-05-05, Sony was attacked and compromised 11 times. While this is a slightly bigger time frame than the recent activity (2011-04-17 to 2011-06-02), given the first run was in 2001 and attacks were arguably less frequent (while defacements were considered high profile and got a lot of attention), can Sony really back up this comment?

Date Description
1999-11-28 Sony Panama website defaced (Requires Auth)
2000-11-29 Sony Chile website defaced (Requires Auth)
2000-12-22 Sony Mexixco website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-01-01 SonyStyle Mexico website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-02-05 Sony Italy website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-02-18 Sony Taiwan website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-02-28 Sony Korea website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-03-17 Sony Chile website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-03-18 Sony France website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-03-27 Sony Semiconductor website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-03-29 Sony Computing Knowledge Base website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-04-03 Sony Music Store defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-04-11 Sony TrainNet website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-05-01 Sony TV Brazil website defaced (Requires Auth)
2001-05-05 Sony India website defaced (Requires Auth)
2006-05-31 Sony BMG IT / UK websites defaced
2006-06-06 Sony Music UK website defaced
2006-08-15 Sony Philippines website defaced
2009-04-21 Sony New Zealand website defaced
2009-05-13 Sony Pictures Uganda website defaced
2009-05-28 Unauthorized copies of customers credit cards were emailed to an outside account
2009-06-03 Sony Rewards (sonyrewards.com) Breach
2009-06-19 Sony Music Philippines website defaced
2009-07-31 Sony BMG Brazil website defaced
2009-07-31 Sony Music Brazil website defaced
2009-10-15 Sony Music Korea website defaced
2009-10-15 Sony BMG Music Hungary website defaced
2009-10-15 Sony Music Hungary website defaced
2009-12-06 Sony Photocontest Iran website defaced
2009-12-11 Sony Walkman India website defaced
2010-03-23 Sony Pictures Argentina website defaced
2010-03-23 Sony Music Germany (afh.sonymusic.de) website defaced
2010-05-26 Sony BMG Netherlands (uc.sonybmg.nl) website defaced
2010-09-19 Sony Music Store (Celine Dione site) website defaced
2010-09-20 Sony Music Store (Bob Dylan site) website defaced
2010-11-12 Sony BMG Brazil website defaced
2010-11-12 Sony Music Brazil website defaced (Remains defaced until 2011-06-05)
2010-12-01 Sony Club Iran (sonyclub.sony.co.ir) website defaced
2010-12-27 Sony Iran (babyphoto.sony.co.ir) website defaced
2011-01-17 Sony PS3 hackers make Modern Warfare 2 ‘unplayable’
2011-02-01 Sony Music Czech Republic (sonymusic.cz) website defaced
2011-02-19 PS3 Hackers Can Now Unban Themselves

 

Note: This list is likely incomplete, and just represents a quick search of past Sony activity related to the insecurity of their networks. Events involving vulnerable Sony software or the many rootkit fiascos are not included.

Jun 4 Update: Elinor Mills pointed out the 06/03 Europe database event
Jun 4 Update: Kane Lightowler sent 20 legacy events
Jun 4 Update: Gene Spafford sent a link to his blog about his testimony
Jun 4 Update: Several pointed out Sony rootkit drama. Updated note disclaiming scope of legacy table
Jun 4 Update: @pctservices01 provided link about PS3 Hackers Unbanning
Jun 4 Update: Tuna informs me that Prolexic provided DDoS mitigation services only
Jun 5 Update: Peter Downey provided link about PS3 Hackers / Modern Warfare 2
Jun 5 Update: Added SNE closing stock price for the day of each incident. Idea courtesy Ryan Russell
Jun 5 Update: @LulzSec points out two missing compromises on Jun 6
Jun 5 Update: Sony Music Brazil defacement confirmed as happening ~ 2010-11-12, and remains unfixed since (thanks Kane Lightowler)
Jun 6 Update: Added Network World’s timeline for the PSN breach
Jun 7 Update: Added confirmation to Sony Russia, that @LulzSec was not responsible

 

PSN Free Games Update

 

 

Two Free PS3™ Games

All PlayStation®Network customers can select two PS3 games from the following list. The games will be available to download on PlayStation®Store for 30 days and are yours to keep.*

How to Get it

1. Log on to PlayStation®Store 

2. Click on the “Welcome Back” tab in the upper left menu

3. Select “Welcome Back Free PS3™ Game 1”

4. Within the category, click on the “Welcome Back Free PS3™ Game 1” product and “Get Now”

5. Select your free PS3™ game*, and “Download”*

6. Repeat steps 3-5 with “Welcome Back Free PS3™ Game 2”

7. Go to the XMB™ to play your free games.
*If you do not immediately select your free game after downloading Welcome Back Free PS3™ Game 1 or Welcome Back Free PS3™ Game 2, you need to perform the following steps in order to claim your free game:

1. Exit PlayStation®Store

2. From the XMB™: select ‘Account Management’ -> ‘Transaction Management’ -> ‘Services List’ -> ‘SCEA Promotion’

3. Select ‘Welcome Back Free PS3™ Game 1’ or ‘Welcome Back Free PS3™ Game 2’ (whichever product has remaining uses)

4. Select ‘Select Content’ button and select your game

 

Two Free PSP® Games

For those with PSP accounts, you are eligible to download two PSP games from the following list.The games will be available to download on PlayStation®Store for 30 days and are yours to keep.*

How to Get it

1. Log on to PlayStation®Store

2. Click on the “Welcome Back” tab in the upper left menu

3. Select “Welcome Back Free PSP® Game 1”

4. Within the category, click on the “Welcome Back Free PSP® Game 1” product and “Get Now”

5. Select your Free PSP® game*, and “Download”

6. Repeat steps 3-5 with “Welcome Back Free PSP® Game 2”

7. Go to the XMB™ to play your free games.
*If you do not immediately select your free game after downloading Welcome Back Free PSP® Game 1 or Welcome Back Free PS3™ Game 2, you need to perform the following steps in order to claim your free game:

1. Exit PlayStation®Store

2. From the XMB™: select ‘Account Management’ -> ‘Transaction Management’ -> ‘Services List’ -> ‘SCEA Promotion’

3. Select ‘Welcome Back Free PSP® Game 1’ or ‘Welcome Back Free PSP® Game 2’ (whichever product has remaining uses)

4. Select ‘Select Content’ button and select your game
Due to high traffic on PlayStation Store, you may encounter error messages or issues. We advise you to check back a little later and try again.

If at any point you can’t find the ‘Welcome Back Free Game 1 or 2’ products, the list of available titles or a game you’ve selected, go to your XMB > PlayStation Network > Account Management > Transaction Management > Services List > SCEA Promotions to complete the process.

PlayStation®Plus – 30 Days Free

Non-PlayStation®Plus subscribers will receive 30 days free of PlayStation®Plus, available to download on PlayStation®Store. No credit card or commitment required. An additional 60 free days of PlayStation®Plus will be added automatically for existing subscribers.

PlayStation®Plus is a premium subscription service that gets you free games, huge discounts and great exclusives.

How to Get it

1. Log on to PlayStation®Store

2. Click on the “Welcome Back” tab in the upper left menu

3. Select “PlayStation®Plus 30 Days Free”

Unlike a typical subscription, this will not auto renew, but rather will expire 30 days from the day you download.

Due to high traffic on PlayStation Store, you may encounter error messages or issues. We advise you to check back a little later and try again.

 

100 Free Virtual Items

To welcome users Home, PlayStation Home will be offering 100 free virtual items. Additional free content will be released soon, including the next addition to the Home Mansion personal space, and Ooblag’s Alien Casino, an exclusive game.

How to Get it

1. Log into PlayStation®Home.

2. Go to the kiosk in Central Plaza to get 100 free virtual items and two personal spaces – Dragon’s Lair and the Mansion Garage.

3. Visit Ooblag’s Alien Casino and get a free Ooblag game for your personal space (coming June 2011).

 

Music Subscription Extended

Existing Music Unlimited paid Premium and Basic subscribers will automatically receive replacement days for the outage, plus an additional 30 days of free service. Existing Music Unlimited Trial subscribers will automatically receive and additional 30 days of free service. Not a subscriber? Create an account and enjoy 30 days of free service here.

How to Get it

No action required. If you were a paid or trial subscriber an extension will automatically be applied to your subscription.

  • All existing PlayStation®Network registrants have 30 days from when the “Welcome Back” program goes live to redeem their content.

  • Access to the 30 days free PlayStation®Plus subscription is only available for those countries where PlayStation®Plus is offered.

  • Non-Subscribers will have access to PlayStation®Plus content for 30 days upon download of the PlayStation®Plus: 30 Days Free product on PlayStation®Store.

  • Access to the free games and exclusive features finishes at the end of the 30-day subscription period. Anything you buy with exclusive discounts, dynamic themes and premium avatars are yours to keep forever.

  • *Download on up to five activated systems that are associated with the PlayStation®Network account.

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