Dark Souls 3 servers restarted after seven months

According to published reports, the Dark Souls 3 servers are finally back online after seven months of shutdown due to security issues.

BingMag.com Dark Souls 3 servers restarted after seven months

According to published reports, the Dark Souls 3 servers are finally back online after seven months of shutdown due to security issues.

Details about this security problem were published about two months after the servers went down, thanks to someone on Github. It is interesting to note that this vulnerability also exists in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, but since this game has no multiplayer parts, it is practically impossible to exploit it. Fortunately, despite various rumors, this problem was not seen in the studio's newest game, Elden Ring.

BingMag.com Dark Souls 3 servers restarted after seven months

Following The mentioned events, in May, Bandai Namco company (Bandai Namco) confirmed the beginning of its plans to restore the servers, but no specific time frame for the return of the online servers of the games was specified. Now a message from the Dark Souls account on Twitter reads:

The online parts of the PC version of Dark Souls 3 have been reactivated. We are working to restore the server of these parts for other games in the Dark Souls series. And we will let you know when they become available again. Thank you for your patience and support.

Finally, last month, Bandai Namco made allegations that its servers were hacked and confidential information obtained by He confirmed the hacker. After the aforementioned attacks, the company announced that it is investigating the extent of the data leakage, which could include personal information of users, and is increasing its security measures to prevent this from happening again.

BingMag.com Dark Souls 3 servers restarted after seven months

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