In response to the Sony hacking cyberattack, Turner Broadcasting is making its employees to change their computer passwords for precautionary purposes, TheWrap has exclusively learned.
Below is an image of the email Turner employees received Tuesday that was resent Wednesday, telling them to change their passwords by Thursday, December 18. An insider familiar with the situation told TheWrap managers have expressed the urgency of employees changing their passwords, speaking with employees across Turner Wednesday. The password change is not just for desktop devices, but also company-issued mobile devices employees have. This item will be sent through the Global Shipping Programme and includes international tracking. By clicking Confirm bid, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder and have read and agree to the Global Shipping Programme terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. By clicking 1 Click Bid, you are agreeing to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. This is a private listing and your identity will not be disclosed to anyone except the seller.
Sony has suffered another blow as reports indicate that even users that have changed their passwords since PSN has come back online are still at risk. Considering email addresses and DOBs were among the data stolen during last month's attack, it's plausible that the people responsible for that breach could potentially take over your account. Well after this incident I don't think the Japanese will let Sony turn PSN back on ever again. And people were going after the Japanese government for preventing it from going back online in Japan, LOL.Seems like the government there does it's job, protecting the people. A combination of Email + DOB is often good enough to change many passwords on many different sites, not just PSN.

I'm not sure what was going through Sony's mind when coming up with this terrible method of changing a password.
By clicking Confirm bid you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. This item may be a floor model or an item that has been returned to the seller after a period of use. Along with a service restart, Sony also rolled out a mandatory update to all users, which required that they change their password before logging in. Sony has yet to comment on the validity of the exploit, but Nyleveia suggests making a brand new email address just for your PSN account.
What they need to do is require you to have to log into your email account and click on the activate link to officially reset the password, and re-activate your account. You guys should see what happens to Japanese white collars who puts their company in this level of disgrace.
But yeah I don't really feel compasion towards the idiots who think their PS3s are better than PCs. I have a PS3 as my way of "dumbing down" to play with the people I want to do online gaming with who see a PC as a barrier.
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However, it seems things still aren’t secure, despite this forced password change, as users’ accounts may still be at risk.

If you can simply change it without having to access your email to activate, then that's messed up.
I absolutely hate it when console owners diss the only true platform- because every console is really just a small personal computer anyway.
A posting over on game blog Nyleveia claims that all accounts remain unsafe because of a hack that allows a third party to change your password using only your email address and date of birth. Heck, without mainstream PCs pushing technology forward those stupid mindless console owners would still be playing Pac-Man.
Nyleveia claims that its source demonstrated the exploit and they received a ‘password successfully changed email’ from Sony and could no longer use their own password to sign in.Nyleveia contacted Sony, providing a detailed account of the exploit and, shortly after, Sony shut down web-based PSN login and password recovery.
Follow the instructions in the email message to access a website and change your password.If you have forgotten your passwordIf you have forgotten your password, you will need to change it from the PlayStation Network website.
I would suggest buying from your local vendor.If you people know Hindi, then it's like 'khoda pahad nikla chooha'. Check that your email address is correct, and then select [Confirm].An email message will be sent to your registered email address. When you have changed your password, you will be able to sign in to PlayStation Network.If the PlayStation Network account you are using is a sub account, it may be necessary to first sign in using the master account to change the password.

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