Looks Like the PS3 Has Been Hacked Again, and This Time It's a Doozy

I'd hate to be a Sony employee and then find out that a new PSN-enabled custom firmware has been released to hacked consoles, and then finding out that there's widespread publication of the console's LV0 decryption keys, which apparently, "blows the system wide open." Because that's what happened to Sony. And it looks mighty tricky for the Japanese manufacturer. Read More >>


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