Sony's PlayStation Store is back online and now users can buy games and movies, rent movies, and download other for the PlayStation 3. Music Unlimited by Qriocity, Sony's streaming music service, is also back online.
The company started restoring access on May 15 this year. In April Sony was forced to take down the massive PlayStation gaming network after attackers infiltrated and acquired personal data on nearly 80 million customers -- one of the largest security breaches in history.
Then, on May 9, Sony learned SOE, which runs games such as DC Universe Online, had also been attacked, affecting an additional 24 million accounts.
The company has posted an estimated $173 million loss for the financial year as a result of the PSN's outage.
Quoting analysts, the report said it is probably the biggest loss, Sony has incurred in the last 16 years cutting $2 billion from operating profit this fiscal year to keep earnings from meeting.
Operating income in the 12 months ended March 2012 will be similar to the 200 billion yen ($2.5 billion) earned the previous fiscal year.
Content from the company's Welcome Back program is yet to be live on the site, Grace Chen, director of the PlayStation store, mentioned on the blog. It is currently in the final stages of testing and will be available to download soon, Chen said.
The next store update will be on Friday, June 3.