Playstation Network password reset page could be exploited.
It’s been a bad few weeks for Sony with the PSN getting hacked a few weeks back – and now only 2 days after it was restored, it seems thier new security “improvements” can be circumvented.
This fresh exploit allows people to change users’ password via the password reset page using only a users account email and date of birth – data which was stolen by hackers in the original breach.
As a result, Playstation sign-in page is now unavailable on a number of Sony’s sites. The password reset site has also been taken down.
The website reads:
“PlayStation Network is not available at present. This could be for a number of reasons including scheduled maintenance or essential updates and we apologise for the inconvenience caused. In the meantime, you can continue to explore the world of PlayStation at”

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