Sony Plugs Another Security Hole in PlayStation Network

Sony Corp. said it plugged a new online security hole that could have allowed hackers to gain control of accounts on its PlayStation Network and Qriocity entertainment services. The company said it temporarily took down a Web page that allows people to reset passwords for their PlayStation Network and Qriocity accounts from personal computers after it learned of the security hole, which could allow someone with an account holder's date of birth and email address to gain control of those accounts by resetting their passwords.