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shadowghost7523523d ago

how do you find out if your account of has been stolen?

Sir Ken Kutaragi 33523d ago (Edited 3523d ago )

www.iwanttodestroytheps3lovefr ombillgate$.com!!! ;-D

shadowghost7523523d ago

Sir Ken you are funny as allways

spandexxking3523d ago

sir ken you make me laugh! humor bubbles!

BeaArthur3523d ago

Don't people have anything more constructive to do with their time?

tudors3523d ago (Edited 3523d ago )

accounts being stolen on the PSN network is not news?

you are going to see a lot more of this until the PSN is made more secure, why do you think MS chose a closed network.

Sorry dude I misread your post, you meant don't hackers have anyhting better to do didn't you.

BeaArthur3523d ago

tudors...yep I was talking about hackers.

Syko3523d ago (Edited 3523d ago )

Here is the E-mail I just received from Sony. While the translation in the article is pretty accurate this is the "Full" English user release...

PLAYSTATION(R)Network

----------------------------- ------------------------------ - ------------------------------ - ----

Dear Customer

We have recently discovered the possibility of unauthorized access to
personal information on the PLAYSTATION(R)Store through PCs, a content
download service of the PLAYSTATION(R)Network.

Protection of personal data is Sony Computer Entertainment's highest
priority. Please be assured that we have taken immediate measures to
rectify this issue and system security has been restored.

Although very unlikely, it is possible that your password to sign in to

the PLAYSTATION(R)Network may have been changed through unauthorized
access, making it possible to view users' personal information and/or
use the Wallet for the PLAYSTATION(R)Store. PLAYSTATION(R)Network
accounts
do not display entire credit card numbers, so any unauthorized access
to
your PLAYSTATION(R)Network account is very unlikely to compromise your
credit card number.

We have investigated the extent of any unauthorized access and possible

alteration of passwords that could have occurred before corrective
measures were taken, and are sending out emails directly to those
customers who may have been affected by this incident.

In order to confirm that you are not affected by this unauthorized
account activity, please sign-in to your PLAYSTATION(R)Network account
using your preset password. Then:

1) If you are able to sign in normally then you are not affected and do

not need to take further action;

or

2) If you cannot sign in, or if you have forgotten your preset password

please follow the instructions to reset your password (by checking
the 'forgotten password' box on the PLAYSTATION(R)Network login
screen)
and check that no suspicious account activity has occurred.

If you do notice any irregularities with your account visit the
PlayStation Knowledge Center for additional information and immediate
24 hour
online support at http://www.us.playstation.c... or you may also

contact Consumer Services at 877-971-7669.

PLEASE NOTE:
SCEA will never contact you directly to ask for any personal details or
passwords.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.

Sincerely

Consumer Service SCEA

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kingjk3523d ago (Edited 3523d ago )

probably some *bots

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Btw nameless cant u see the asterick fool^^

Nameless3523d ago (Edited 3523d ago )

Hey kingik The Open Zone is > > > > > that way

BeaArthur3523d ago

hahah, the arrow is a nice touch.

kingjk3523d ago

dont u see the asterik fool!

Mikelarry3523d ago

nice one bubbles my friend

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