Keep safety on your Sony's PlayStation NetworkTime: Aug. 22, 2018 From: SCDKey
If you are a Sony PlayStation network card customer, you are likely to hesitate a bit. After all, Sony has had an incident of customer data leakage, which will cause many customers to worry that the event will repeat itself.
Therefore, if you believe that targeted hackers active in Sony have access to your account and your credit card information, you should step up security measures. Here are some tips to make the service safer:
1. If for some reason you have not been asked to change your PSN password, do so now. Of course, you can not change it through the PSN website if the password reset feature is disabled. However, you can do it through your console. Choose a unique and powerful password that is only used for this service. If you used your PSN password for other services, change them as well.
2. Create a new email account to use only for your PSN activity. Phishing emails are one of the potential dangers of data breaches. Anyone with a list of stolen email addresses and other PSN personal information can now send emails to PSN customers who fake Sony and lead customers to reveal their passwords and credit card information on a fake site. Sony website. If you change your email address, this threat is removed.
3. Buy a playstation network credit card, which you can use at the PSN store, and delete the information from your existing credit card. You can buy cards at SCDKey, for example, playstation network 50 usd. If the card number is stolen, it can only be used in the PSN store and any loss is limited to the value of the card.
4. Control your credit or debit card linked to your PSN account. Sony said there is no evidence that the credit card information has been stolen, but can not exclude that this is the case. That's why the company offers free identity protection through a company called Debix.