The Sony Playstation Network, PSN, has been hacked again! Users got to rejoice for one day when the network had supposedly been fixed from the last time it got hacked, but it looks like they may have to change their passwords one more time to be safe.
Sony's PlayStation Network password reset system (the one just put in place after the PSN hack) has been compromised, allowing hackers to change a PSN password if they know your email and date of birth. This is exactly the sort of information that was released in the original hack.
Luckily if your account was compromised, you would have gotten an e-mail from Sony alerting you that you password has been changed for your safety. On the other side, if you didn't get a chance to update your account once it got fixed, your PSN has more or less been unavailable for about a month.
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