08-15-2012 09:39 PM - last edited on 08-27-2012 03:54 PM by space_cape
...I gave this guy my email and password so he could get the new mw3 maps. He tried to login to 2 of my other emails he discovered using that password and failed, but he did manage to login to my ******@yahooo account and now I've lost access to that account because of him.
He also screwed up my Netflix.
He's also continuously attempting new ways to hack psn and uses lagswitch apparently but will not admit it. I know this because of sudden lag I experience when in game with him only.
Also , every time he's in my party he'll verbally advertise to all my friends to go visit his pornsite to get free porn !!!!! This creep is really annoying me now so I'd just be overjoyed to see him banned from psn. He's not the kind of person who can be trusted online.
If you need any written statement or proofs of his login attempts I have it. He used in ip mask in Palestine, but somewhere I'd expect the date and time match to his pc if he's not wiped the h.d. yet.
Edit: usernames and personal info removed
08-16-2012 12:52 AM
First of all, this is not the place to report people for hacking, or any other kind of misconduct. It isn't even allowed under forum rules. What you are doing in this post is called blacklisting, and it is not permitted in the PSN forums. You should edit all PSN screen names out of your post before you get a warning from the moderators. You can report misconduct by other PSN members at this site...
Before you do, I should probably mention that Sony does not consider it to be hacking when you give someone your sign-in e-mail and password. Sony considers it to be a violation of the PSN user agreement, which prohibits you from sharing your password with anyone; especially so that they can share your DLC, which is also a violation of the PSN user agreement. You are asking PSN (in the wrong place) to ban this other account, but in the process you have given Sony at least a couple of justifications to ban your account. You might want to consider that before posting this somewhere where the enforcement team will actually read it.
Sony has little, if any, use for your proof. Sony isn't going to ban an account based on anything you say. The other member would be monitored to verify that he is doing something wrong, assuming that the game that you are playing is a Sony title. If it isn't, then there isn't much that Sony can do; to the other guy. Policing third-party games is the third-party publisher's problem. Sony is also not going to be interested in what is happening on non-PSN systems and web sites as a result of your inexplicable decision to trust a stranger on the Internet with your account information.
08-16-2012 09:36 AM
@FOGDOG7: Live & Learn
Do take time to update those accounts of your that share the same password & email. As long as you leave them like so you are under possible attack.