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Microsoft is taking a proactive approach to registering games with Xbox LIVE in order to improve its online services and to make it easier for customers to play games.
The move comes amid growing concerns about the safety of Xbox LIVE, which is currently under heavy fire for its security and privacy practices.
The company announced in October it would be adding a new online security feature called “security zone” which would allow users to lock themselves out of Xbox Live if they have been hacked.
Microsoft’s new security zone is expected to be activated in the coming weeks.
The security zone will require the Xbox Live account holder to enter their login information, which will be used to automatically sign in users when they connect to the Xbox LIVE network.
The user must also sign in with the account associated with the Xbox 360 console.
The Xbox Live security zone can only be used for online gaming and other online activities that require the user to access the Xbox network.
Microsoft said the feature was introduced in a limited test to address users’ concerns.
In the coming months, Microsoft plans to offer Xbox LIVE Gold, which gives users a $10 credit on the monthly fee for using Xbox Live and $5 credit on any purchase made with Xbox Points.
This means that for a single $10 Xbox Live credit, users can have up to $1,100 in Xbox Live credits spend.
Xbox Live Gold users can now earn $10 in Xbox Points each month.
To further strengthen the security of Xbox 360, Microsoft said it is developing new software that will be included with Xbox 360 hardware and software.
The new software will include a new Xbox 360 Security Zone that will only allow users who are in a locked-out zone to play online.
This feature will be available in all Xbox 360 consoles.
The Xbox 360’s new Security Zone is expected start rolling out in the third quarter of 2018.
The company also said it will soon be releasing Xbox 360 security patches for Windows PCs and tablets.
The upcoming Xbox 360 Patch Manager software update will add a security zone for the Xbox’s online services.
This new Xbox Live Security Zone feature will also help to enhance the Xbox One Online Services and Xbox Live Games Services.