Worthplaying writes, "Now that Sony is finally bringing back the PlayStation Network, the road to recovery has started — or one would like to believe so. Earlier today, Sony disabled the update password function on the PSN Web site due to an exploit that allowed end users to update the password on any account to which they had the e-mail address and birthday — the very same data that was compromised in the original hack. Something weird also happened with Rockstar's support site today."
WorthPlaying has posted an update to the original story:
"Rockstar And Sony Joint Statement On L.A. Noire and FW v3.61 Firmware"
Yesterday we reported that a page on Rockstar's support site dedicated to PS3 overheating issues mysteriously disappeared. The Q&A in question flatout blamed the security checks in the new v3.61 firmware for the problem, saying it had already received multiple complaints. Shortly there after the page was pulled, and now both Rockstar and Sony have issued a joint statement stating the exact opposite.
"At this time, Rockstar Games and Sony can confirm that neither L.A. Noire or firmware update 3.61 are causing the PS3 hardware to overheat."