Sony Corp. this week halted 93,000 online gaming and entertainment service accounts due to repeated unauthorized access.

The company this week said it has suspended 93,000 accounts from the Playstation Network, Sony Entertainment Network International, and Sony Online Entertainment divisions after the company detected a large amount of unauthorized login attempts by a third-party.

The company said user credit card information in the new breach was not at risk.

The intrusion follows an attack of the Playstation Network service and other service divisions in Apr. that affected more than 100 million users.

Sony in July restored the Playstation Network and Qriocity divisions in Japan following a security breach in May.

Sony June 2 fully restored all Playstation Network services, including the Playstation Store and Qriocity divisions in the Americas, Europe/PAL territories and Asia.

Sony in Aug. price cut the PS3 160GB SKU to $249.99.

In addition, the PS3 320GB Move Bundle now sells at $349.99.

The new Playstation 3 320GB Infamous 2 Bundle includes the PS3 320GB hardware SKU, Infamous 2, a 30-day Playstation Plus trail membership and Dualshock 3 Controller at $299.99.

Finally, the Playstation 3 320GB Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Bundle will sell in Nov. at $299.99

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