Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 2 Sep 2011.
In real life terms how secure is it now? Because anything is better than what they had previously,
surely it's not so much popularity but more a lack of choice?
Wondering how they've managed to get more users when their registration site seems to be constantly down: https://store.playstation.com/accounts/register/beginNewAccountRegistrationFlow.action
Exactly. I'd say it's probably close to a 1:1 relationship to the number of Sony consoles sold...
I actually wonder how many people are using credit cards to purchase items off PSN
"cyberr" hurr derrpppp.
I agree with wodeln
I'm almost entirely sure the metric they are using is total registered users. Oh look! It's constantly increasing! It must be more popular!
Could it be due to the fact people have had a PSN account for several years now on a old e-mail address they have deleted and forgot about. Thus the forgot password process is impossible for those in the UK to the point only a new account will do. God I have tried tried the phone lines and e-mails but I am not who I say I am to them
You can buy a PS3 and use it quite satisfactorily without having a PSN account so if people were worried they just wouldn't bother
Probably a load of people signing up so when the psn goes down again for a month they get some free stuff..
Good to see the hacking scandal doesn't seem to have had a lasting effect
Hopefully their security's a little tighter to stop stuff like that happening again so soon
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