went to login to My rogers and now am getting a thing where it needs to varify my email addy and that will be used as my username from now on....is this for real i have been using my current username for over 20yrs and now they want me to change it ?
not sure if this is for real or not since i havent seen any offical email from rogers about this change?
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kk thanks was wondering with all the stuff that goes on somedays on the net if this was a real thing or not, espically since i hadnt recived any prior notice to this change from rogers 🙂
I had to change my username today but it didn't move my accounts. Now I have a username with nothing associated to it and when I try to link my account it says it's linked with another username.
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I got the prompt when trying to log in via IE.
Didnt get it when trying to log in via Chrome.
I havent processed the change YET..
Just wanted then to confirm.. that it would be used on ALL rogers portals?
AnyplaceTV website and apps.
And then what about 3rd party linked sites??
Will those use the old one? Or the new email?
Further to that, why does Rogers allow / insist on using the same user credentials on 3rd party sites such as Shomi, that are used to access your Rogers accounts. That breaks one of the most basic security rules on the internet, which is "don't use the same credentials and password on more than one site". Doing so invites a security breach. Maybe someone in the know within the Rogers organization can address that one, someone who's business and background is IT security, not a social media staffer.
My understanding... is because of how it 'checks' to see if you have the service or not.
It actually does a check that the user exists, is correct login, and then checks to see that YES They do have shomi, etc attached on the account.
A shomi stand alone outside signuped up account.. checks on shomi's own user database.. vs check on rogers for rogers users.
That could still happen without exposing your account credentials to a 3rd party company, or insisting that those credentials are used on a wider array of devices. Used on a wider array of devices, there is a greater probability of exposure to malware which records and forwards your credentials to unknown parties or individuals. At the very least, if Rogers is going to insist on using the same credentials it should implement two factor or multi factor authentication to secure or restrict access to the account areas.