It's not for nothing that I had a dream in the night that all of my personal computers suddenly became sentient and robbed me blind, in spite of there being no evidence of fraudulent activity as yet, the PSN crash has left the industry (and tech lovers everywhere) slightly shaken. With that in mind, Microsoft has moved to try and reassure the 30 million+ folk signed up to Xbox LIVE, giving a statement to Eurogamer in which the company asserted that 'the security around our Xbox Live service and member information is our highest priority'.
This comes following yesterday's slight alert on the LIVE support site, warning against possible phishing attempts over Modern Warfare 2's online multiplayer.
Microsoft refused to comment further on the current PSN situation. [Eurogamer]