Sony Adds Two-Factor Authentication to PSN

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Sony Two Factor

Those who showed concern at Sony’s past security issues might be interested to learn that today, Sony has added¬†two-factor authentication for use with the PlayStation Network. To add this to your account, you simply visit this page and hit Activate Now to change your settings. As a heavy PSN user myself, I certainly appreciate the added layer of security. Like other two-factor systems, the authentication will send a text with a unique code to your phone to verify your identity.

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