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PlayStation Vita and PS3 system update adds new security measures

Sony has today launched new system updates for the aging PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, apparently in a bid to enhance their security.

Two-factor authentication is now required when signing-in, and certain account features have been disabled (thanks, PushSquare).

It is now no longer possible to create a new PlayStation account on either console, for example, instead leaving this to Sony’s more secure website accessible via PC or mobile.

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