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Sony corrects password exploit

Following a fresh blow it its efforts to repair the PR damage done by the PSN implosion, Sony has now resolved an issue with its PSN password rest page. Yesterday it was reported that users were able to change the PSN passwords of anyone provided they had access to their …

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Sony suffers fresh PSN breach

It’s the nightmare it must have been dreading. Evidence is mounting that one of Sony’s fresh PSN security measures has already been circumvented. The exploit allows people to change users’ password via the PSN password reset page using only a PSN account email and date of birth – both of …

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Sony offers PSN identity theft protection

Platform holder Sony is providing PlayStation Network users with identity theft protection following its security breach. A number of European PSN users will be able to receive personal data protection for free for the first 12 months, as part of a deal between Sony and protection firm Affinion International Limited. …

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Osborne bemoans PSN breach

The disastrous PlayStation Network breach has prompted reaction from the second most powerful person in British politics. Chancellor George Osborne yesterday told an audience in London that all online service providers must learn from the infamous PSN hack. The hacking into Sony’s online PlayStation Network, and the theft of millions …

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Sony offers new password reset advice

Users who are still waiting for a PSN confirmation email from Sony have been told that they must request a new one. Though the vast majority of users have been able to get their machines up and running since PSN was restored at the weekend with no hassle, those who …

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OPINION: Sony says Welcome Back

Let’s be clear. Sony could have announced last night that all PS3 and PSP owners were to be given 1,000 in gold bullion personally signed by Brad Pitt, free PS3 games for life, a trip to two to Mars and free handjobs from Yano Shiho and people would have still …

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