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Credit card information appears to be safe for affected users though...
Philip Reitinger, the Senior Vice-President and Chief Information Security Officer at Sony, has taken to the PlayStation blog with information that 93,000 PSN and SOE accounts were recently compromised in hacking attacks on the service.
According to Reitinger, the hacks were made by testing username and password details against Sony's database – the overwhelming majority of attempts were unsuccessful. In the 93,000 cases that did succeed, Sony has temporarily locked those accounts pending a password reset from the user.
If you are one of the 0.1% of PSN/SOE users affected by this latest wave of hacks, then Sony will e-mail you with a prompt to reset your password. Reitinger has assured users that no credit card information was compromised in the hacks, and that Sony will reimburse any unauthorised PlayStation Store purchases made on these accounts where it's able to confirm this.
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