PSN finally adds more Security

PlayStation Network now allows users to better secure their accounts with the two-factor authentication process.

First, someone trying to sign into your account on hardware that doesn’t have an approved device password will still be halted by the need to input a texted code. And second, if you happen to misplace your PS Vita or have your PS4 stolen, device passwords can be revoked from your web browser.

Sony provided a direct link to turn on two-factor authorization in a tweet announcing the new feature.


In the past several years no one has forgotten that psn was hacked where 77+ million users information was compromised and kept the service offline for more than three weeks.