Microsoft knows how important it is to remain secure digitally in this day and age, and they are keen on making sure that your experience on the Xbox Live remains as problem-free as possible, hence the software giant has introduced more security improvements to Xbox Live. According to a blog post from XBL (Xbox Live) general manager Alex Garden, Microsoft hopes that everyone would take heed of their advice and update their respective account passwords. After all, a security chain is only as strong as its weakest link, and majority of the security enhancements and recovery processes with XBL are highly dependent on its members to have “valid, up-to-date security information in place.”
Alex Garden said, “I encourage everyone to take five minutes today to check your security information and update it if necessary. If you have any lost or stolen security proofs, update them now to prevent any interruptions to your Xbox Live service in the future. We only use this information for your security, and never for marketing or advertising.”
We could not agree more, but I sure as heck hope that you have the brain power to remember the numerous passwords and username of so many accounts out there.
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