Yikes, thanks for the heads-up. I noticed it was having problems connecting to PSN when trying to use netflix. But I'll definitely be keeping a close watch on the CC I had linked to my account. :angry-banghead:
I think you're probably safe. I'm thinking only Netflix has your CC, but what do I know, right? I could be wrong.
Me, on the other hand, I had given PSN my credit card so that I could buy game downloads directly from them. So, just to be on the safer side, I had a new credit card number issued. Granted, supposedly the CC info was allegedly encrypted, but I cancelled it back when info from Sony was not exactly forthcoming and, when it was, it was hardly definitive. Encrypted or not, I still feel better knowing the old card was cancelled, just in case someone out there is also smart enough to break the encryption.
In the future, at least for the short term, I'll probably just buy those prepaid PSN cards you can get at the store. Sony seems to be a favorite target of hackers as of late.
Hey, the only thing those girls ever steal are our hearts!
And, of course, I'm talking about the house-maid who cleans up and organizes everything once or twice a week. We're lost without 'em. So it's all good. That these women wear those skimpy little maid outfits is just a bonus.