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Don't you mean how long long long long long it took them?
=P
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Really, going to try to make this a "sony fanboy" thing? Go read something, or do something educational.
Hypocrite.
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That is what I am saying, but according to all these people "hackers" never "attempted" to crack the PS3 until the OtherOS was removed. So, they claim instead of it taking 4 years, it only took a few months. Which I believe is BS. The otherOS brought about more help, but the efforts put into breaking it didn't begin the moment OtherOS was removed. So yes, while Sony failed, supposed hackers failed just as hard.
Exactly. People have been trying to bust the PS3 since it came out. Just look at all the Bluray Java software/emulators, and all the different fake PS3 mods that caught a TON of attention.

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NP-complete. Look it up.
I don't follow

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Don't you mean how long long long long long it took them?
=P
Bingo.

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That is like not locking your front door and then saying burglars failed epically when it takes 9 months for someone to steal all your stuff. Why did it take them so long? I didn't fail for not locking the door, the burglars failed. That's the logic sony fanboys are using.
No one is defending Sony in the regard that their "random number" not actually being RANDOM isn't "fail" here. It's stupidity.
But the fact remains - it took them forever to figure this out. This isn't even a hardware exploit. It's nothing but software and a stupid software problem. The 360 and Wii pretty much need hardware modifications to enable certain things like custom software which can be considered plenty more advanced in general or harder in implementation then some software exploit. ESPECIALLY when you consider how long it took them to figure out that it's just some key. That's used every time.

If you were sitting there, trying for 4 years to break this seemingly impossible lock only to come to realize after 4 years of work that the combo is so freakin "easy"....... you would facepalm in your own stupidity as well as the owner's (Sony in this case).

No one is being a fanboy when they say that. How you even link that in your head I don't quite follow. The logic is quite broken there. If anything, I'd say you're a Sony hater just from your usage of the fanboy comment.

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Hypocrite.
Um.... no. What he said is not only correct, but has nothing to do with being a fanboy. Him pointing out that it took them so long through exaggerated text doesn't make him a fanboy at all. Explain yourself because... it just isn't working for you right now.
Edited by OmegaNemesis28 - 1/5/11 at 4:15am
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I haven't explicitly called anyone a fanboy but your replies are actually working against yourself. I know you're a big PS3 lover Omega, but I'm not addressing you so you can put that pitchfork down.
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I like how it's so basic, yet it took so long to crack it.
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Don't you mean how long long long long long it took them?
=P
How much code cracking do you do?
Have you taken a class or read up on crypto?
Have you done any software hacking?
Do you know what a nondeterministic polynomial time problem is?

If no to any of the above, you are not qualified to judge others on this topic.

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But the fact remains - it took them forever to figure this out. This isn't even a hardware exploit. It's nothing but software and a stupid software problem. The 360 and Wii pretty much need hardware modifications to enable certain things like custom software which can be considered plenty more advanced in general or harder in implementation then some software exploit. ESPECIALLY when you consider how long it took them to figure out that it's just some key. That's used every time.

If you were sitting there, trying for 4 years to break this seemingly impossible lock only to come to realize after 4 years of work that the combo is so freakin "easy"....... you would facepalm in your own stupidity as well as the owner's (Sony in this case).
If you think figuring out a key is so easy... then you really don't know much about encryption. The keys are NOT the same as there are seed values. Again, the keys are not the same. Repeat again... the keys are not the same.

The formula to generate a key do use seed characters. You can get three of the values from the public key. However, there were two private seeds. One of the private seeds is this random number.... that wasn't random.

So... to figure out the formula used by Sony, you still need math skills.

Please read up on nondeterministic polynomial time problems and why they are so hard: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NP-complete


Encryption is a type of computer/math problem that is VERY VERY hard to solve. Check the solution is relatively easy but getting to it is very hard.

If I gave you a few pages of numbers... asked you to figure out how the numbers are generated and what seeds were used.... how long would it take you to solve?

The Epic Fail on Sony part is they used a constant instead of a random.

The fail on many of here are that they don't understand cryptograpy and try to downplay the accomplishment of others. If you guys think you understand crypto, then go solve Kryptos. This 4-part puzzle sits next to the CIA cafeteria and tauts all of the CIA everyday. It still has not been solved: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kryptos

Do you want to call the CIA stupid because they can't solve a puzzle even though they have been working on it for 20 years?
Edited by DuckieHo - 1/5/11 at 6:35am
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Hypocrite.
How am I a hypocrite? Me being a hypocrite implies that I am a "Sony fanboy". While I do love my PS3, it doesn't make me a "fanboy". I'll explain the exaggerated text below DuckieHo's quote.

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How much code cracking do you do?
Have you taken a class or read up on crypto?
Have you done any software hacking?
Do you know what a nondeterministic polynomial time problem is?

If no to any of the above, you are not qualified to judge others on this topic.
There is no reason to try to call me out on how much "hacking" I do. If you had actually bothered reading any of my other posts in this thread, you'll notice I've given credit where it is deserved for actually being able to hack the security of a console. I am exaggerating how long it took in the exact same manner you attempted to exaggerate how "basic" that code fail was. I understand it is difficult to crack a console, no doubt about it. What you fail to understand is, I'm simply trying to inform you that as basic as it was, hackers still took a long time to crack it. Now, when you or some anti-Sony person hears that, you instantly say they didn't actually try to hack the console until mid 2010 due to OtherOS being removed, which is where I called BS. I am simply saying, while OtherOS removal did bring more attention, you can't sit here and deny the fact hackers have been trying to break the PS3 since day one. If you want to sit here and call the PS3 security code "epic fail", then in turn it is only fair to call all the hackers working on the PS3 "epic fail" for missing something, in words, so basic.
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I still don't understand why when I actually posted the original story of the PS3 being hacked it got deleted...

Anyway, all the people saying that sony didn't have an epic fail just don't get it... Read DuckieHo's post very carefully and watch the god damn video if you really want to understand why it was an epic fail. Because it certainly was.
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How am I a hypocrite? Me being a hypocrite implies that I am a "Sony fanboy". While I do love my PS3, it doesn't make me a "fanboy". I'll explain the exaggerated text below DuckieHo's quote.



There is no reason to try to call me out on how much "hacking" I do. If you had actually bothered reading any of my other posts in this thread, you'll notice I've given credit where it is deserved for actually being able to hack the security of a console. I am exaggerating how long it took in the exact same manner you attempted to exaggerate how "basic" that code fail was. I understand it is difficult to crack a console, no doubt about it. What you fail to understand is, I'm simply trying to inform you that as basic as it was, hackers still took a long time to crack it. Now, when you or some anti-Sony person hears that, you instantly say they didn't actually try to hack the console until mid 2010 due to OtherOS being removed, which is where I called BS. I am simply saying, while OtherOS removal did bring more attention, you can't sit here and deny the fact hackers have been trying to break the PS3 since day one. If you want to sit here and call the PS3 security code "epic fail", then in turn it is only fair to call all the hackers working on the PS3 "epic fail" for missing something, in words, so basic.
Who are you to judge others when you do not understand what is involved in hacking?

You do not understand the basic premise of encryption. The fact that you kept saying the solution was so basic and they should have been able to solve it faster is some sort of failure on the hacker's part. While the solution is simple, getting to the solution is extremely hard. This is the purpose of encryption. This is like the 4th time I am repeating this: Regardless of how easy solution is.... getting to it is the hard part. You don't look at the solution and say you guys are idiots for not figuring it out sooner.

It's like you telling all the Intel engineers that it was "epic fail" that they didn't do power gating 6 years ago. Or like you calling NVIDIA engineers "epic fail" for not doubling up on the junctions on the 40nm process. It's a Monday Morning Quarterback.

You cannot get provide numbers of hackers or man-hours involved in hacking the PS3. How do you know the uptick in hacking after OtherOS wasn't the needed push to crack the PS3? We don't know either... but we do know there was an uptick.

Note.... I am not calling anyone a fanboi but I am pointing out that you are making judgements on others when you really don't understand what is involved.
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Anyone in this thread who has never done any encryption work or Crypto work... doesn't see this as a epic fail.

Anyone who has this line of work... see's this as a 'epic fail'.

I'm not saying that I've done any of Crypto work... but I fully understand by watching the video and reading what DuckieHo has said... ya that's just bits and pieces of information... But upon Sony's part; this is a epic fail imo.
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Who are you to judge others when you do not understand what is involved in hacking?

You do not understand the basic premise of encryption. The fact that you kept saying the solution was so basic and they should have been able to solve it faster is some sort of failure on the hacker's part. While the solution is simple, getting to the solution is extremely hard. This is the purpose of encryption. This is like the 4th time I am repeating this: Regardless of how easy solution is.... getting to it is the hard part. You don't look at the solution and say you guys are idiots for not figuring it out sooner.

It's like you telling all the Intel engineers that it was "epic fail" that they didn't do power gating 6 years ago. Or like you calling NVIDIA engineers "epic fail" for not doubling up on the junctions on the 40nm process. It's a Monday Morning Quarterback.

You cannot get provide numbers of hackers or man-hours involved in hacking the PS3. How do you know the uptick in hacking after OtherOS wasn't the needed push to crack the PS3? We don't know either... but we do know there was an uptick.

Note.... I am not calling anyone a fanboi but I am pointing out that you are making judgements on others when you really don't understand what is involved.
For a moderator, you don't pay much attention to posts. Stop replying to me until you take the time to read all my posts in this thread.

How many times must I repeat myself, as many times as you? I've said on multiple occasions that I am NOT denying how difficult it is to crack any of the encryption.

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No. It is an epic fail.

Sony did not use a random number in their key. The equation required a random number. It is basic basic basic basic basic cryptography. If your seed is the same, someone will be able to solve for the key after collecting a few keys.
You stressed how basic it is.


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Wrong.

The failure on Sony's part is EPIC. Go watch the video to see why Sony failed. What they did was INCREDIBLY STUPID..... I mean a freshman on his first day of cryptography knows not to reuse seeds.

Do you know how hard it is to hack such devices? Figuring out these weaknesses is not easy.... and yes, they are hotshots legitimately. A few guys on their own time beat a mulit-billion mega-corporation.
You imply that the security for the PS3 could have been written and be better if a first-day freshman wrote it. This is, for the last god damn time, an epic fail I freaking understand that. What you fail to understand is that if the error was such a fail then why did it take so long to break? I didn't come in here to say the hackers failed because they have no idea what they are doing. I am saying, it is fair to say they failed just as much as Sony because it took them 4 years to find something not even a FIRST DAY FRESHMAN would miss.
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You stressed how basic it is.
I am stressing how basic the flaw of the encryption is.... NOT the decryption.


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I am saying, it is fair to say they failed just as much as Sony because it took them 4 years to find something not even a FIRST DAY FRESHMAN would miss.
...and this is where you still are not understanding. I am reading your posts... and you are not comprending my posts. Stop and listen please... I'm trying to educate you.

A first day freshman can write a simple cypher. However, a first day freshman will probably be not be able to decypher. Any freshman could follow the process of AES encryption. The 100 of the smartest people in the world cannot crack the encryption.

Encoding is easy. Decoding is very very hard.

You are assuming the the difficulty in encoding is the same as decoding. The basis of encryption is non-deterministic polynomial-time complete.

Let's play a game:
You are salesman and you have to travel to different cities. You need to find the shortest route between these cities along set roads. Finding the optimal path between 1-3 cities is trivial. Finding the path between 10 cities gets hard. Finding the path between 128 cities is not possible by a human. Finding the path between 10,000 cities is not solvable (at least not without a supercomputer).

However, if I gave you the shortest route (the key, the answer)... it is relatively easy to check. You can check the answer a exponentially faster than trying to come up with the answer. This is the basis of encryption.

Again, I must repeat: Just because the solution is easy, it does not mean getting to the solution is easy.

Do you understand now?
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