Attack On Sony Effecting Home Users???? Tags: Routers D-Link Networking Last response: April 24, 2011 6:55 PM in Networking Share das_stig April 24, 2011 6:46:33 PM Like others, having weird network issues all of a sudden. My network is primary D-Link N connected to VM cable and a D-Link G connected to D-Link N, so two wireless networks on different channels, been like this for years. Well network would drop, reconnect, slow down and drop again, this was even on my home network. After fault finding all the PC's, I was left with a PS3. Remove that from D-Link G, traffic drops to sporadic packets between the routers, enable the SP3 and traffic between routers goes through the roof and nobody gets on the net or home network. Is it possible, the attack on Sony is spreading out and effecting home networks? More about : attack sony effecting home users Saga Lout April 24, 2011 6:55:41 PM I think it unlikely - much more probable is if your PS3 is one which restricts you to WEP security level, your neighbours could be sharing your bandwidth. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumHigh-End personal Workstation Guidance ForumFeat: Cunning Attack ForumPlease attack and scrutinize this i7 build for science ForumSony : Metal Gear Solid 4 PS3 Only ForumWhy does there appear to be a coverup of the Benghazi attack ? UPDATE! ForumStop DDOS Attack ? ForumSSD not effecting task as much as expected maybe theirs issue? ForumFirst time Ubuntu user ! ForumDdos attack ForumFolding@ Home : THGC Needs You -Team 40051 ForumSystem attack Forumunder attack ...... ForumDaily virus attack and IE script error messages ForumPb registry after viral attack ForumAMD Piledriver rumours ... and expert conjecture ForumSony digital camera opinions? ForumSony Patents a Brain Wave ForumWho Designed This Crap? Tech Support, Need I Say More? ForumRouter Setup ForumCan I add a server 2003 on my home wireless network to run a website More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !