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You seem to be one of those prosecute people before they do something types.
And you seem to be someone that doesn't know what they're talking about. It'd be nice if one, just ONE of you Geohot humpers stopped drinking the koolaid and actually knew what was going on before you come on here with your worthless bravado.

He broke the law. He exploited the OS and opened up a major security hole. How many times does it have to be said in these threads?

"HERPADERPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP! HE'S TEH INNOCENTZ!!!" No.
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I personally don't think any thread like this will go anywhere good. It's just another flame thread for piracy, which makes me sick. Apparently you can't mod/hack without it, it seems to be the only thing people think of when you put the term in their faces.

I for one am glad we are able to do this, it's given us alternate ways to run various devices. Think of all those people who bought the Google computer, what was that thing called? Technically all Geohot did was allow you to gain hardware access to run a different OS. No different than a bios hack, we do that already through "emulaton". Shame people can't see the cause for what it is.

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Originally Posted by XNine View Post
And you seem to be someone that doesn't know what they're talking about. It'd be nice if one, just ONE of you Geohot humpers stopped drinking the koolaid and actually knew what was going on before you come on here with your worthless bravado.

He broke the law. He exploited the OS and opened up a major security hole. How many times does it have to be said in these threads?

"HERPADERPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP! HE'S TEH INNOCENTZ!!!" No.
Correction, he FOUND a security hole. You don't open up security holes, you find and report them. He didn't do anything to the Firmware that wasn't already there. How do you get charged for finding something? I mean, no offense but by that logic so much research would be illegal.... I don't know where to begin with that.
Edited by mushroomboy - 2/20/11 at 3:37pm
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I was honestly going to buy a PS3 first chance I got, not now though, sony, you lost a customer, not a potential customer, a customer.
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And you seem to be someone that doesn't know what they're talking about. It'd be nice if one, just ONE of you Geohot humpers stopped drinking the koolaid and actually knew what was going on before you come on here with your worthless bravado.

He broke the law. He exploited the OS and opened up a major security hole. How many times does it have to be said in these threads?

"HERPADERPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP! HE'S TEH INNOCENTZ!!!" No.
Sony are basing their lawsuit on grounds of infringement and violating DMCA laws. The TRO and seizure of Hotz's computer equipment was supposedly because Sony had provided enough evidence that they would suffer "irreparable harm" if the jailbreak continued to be distributed. It's just another case of a multinational corporation using the umbrella of the DMCA laws to try to make a case for further limiting ownership/fair use rights and blurring the line between what you actually own and to what extent you're limited to do what it is you want to do on something you fully paid for.

Exposing the security flaw and exploiting the OS had nothing to do with this. Those were already inherently present within the PS3.

What Hotz is now fighting for is essentially his personal right to do what he did. Let's put it this way; Hotz has every right to tinker with the OS of the console he paid for. So does each individual. In reality, there is no way Sony could stop you from doing this.

Once Hotz released the keys to the masses, THEN they had a problem, as root access and full manipulation of the PS3 by thousands of owners brings about good, but also brings about the ability to do some "bad" things. Regardless, the ability to jailbreak lies with the individual, and should be perceived as a right to do should the owner choose to.

This really is no different than so many hacks, mods, etc. that most OCN'ers partake in today. It's just an issue because consoles have always been seen as "closed systems," and this jailbreaking issue brings to light some of the negative aspects of opening up these closed systems. It still doesn't mean that choosing to manipulate a product you own in a way that you want to is illegal.

Which brings me to the "worthless bravado" part of your post, but i'll digress.
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Sony are basing their lawsuit on grounds of infringement and violating DMCA laws. The TRO and seizure of Hotz's computer equipment was supposedly because Sony had provided enough evidence that they would suffer "irreparable harm" if the jailbreak continued to be distributed. It's just another case of a multinational corporation using the umbrella of the DMCA laws to try to make a case for further limiting ownership/fair use rights and blurring the line between what you actually own and to what extent you're limited to do what it is you want to do on something you fully paid for.

Exposing the security flaw and exploiting the OS had nothing to do with this. Those were already inherently present within the PS3.

What Hotz is now fighting for is essentially his personal right to do what he did. Let's put it this way; Hotz has every right to tinker with the OS of the console he paid for. So does each individual. In reality, there is no way Sony could stop you from doing this.

Once Hotz released the keys to the masses, THEN they had a problem, as root access and full manipulation of the PS3 by thousands of owners brings about good, but also brings about the ability to do some "bad" things. Regardless, the ability to jailbreak lies with the individual, and should be perceived as a right to do should the owner choose to.

This really is no different than so many hacks, mods, etc. that most OCN'ers partake in today. It's just an issue because consoles have always been seen as "closed systems," and this jailbreaking issue brings to light some of the negative aspects of opening up these closed systems. It still doesn't mean that choosing to manipulate a product you own in a way that you want to is illegal.

Which brings me to the "worthless bravado" part of your post, but i'll digress.
Not to mention what Hotz did could have been done by ANYONE. I mean the logic behind "He exploited the OS and opened up a major security hole." goes like this:

He first copied/decrypted the firmware. Re-write the firmware so that R wasn't a random number. Then he would have had to upload it to EVERY ps3 in existence that had 3.55 firmware or below (literally every PS3). THEN tell everybody that the firmware had a glitch in it where R wasn't random....

The thinking behind that is flawed in so many ways that I can't even begin to understand why you are even posting about this topic. You obviously would have a ways to go in understanding this. The keys weren't leaked entirely by him, that's why they want the whole team. Apparently there were a few more fellows that had the keys already found/decrypted and were the most likely suspects to the leaked keys. What he did do was tell everyone how to get those keys, which is what sony was angry about.
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Not to mention what Hotz did could have been done by ANYONE. I mean the logic behind "He exploited the OS and opened up a major security hole." goes like this:

He first copied/decrypted the firmware. Re-write the firmware so that R wasn't a random number. Then he would have had to upload it to EVERY ps3 in existence that had 3.55 firmware or below (literally every PS3). THEN tell everybody that the firmware had a glitch in it where R wasn't random....

The thinking behind that is flawed in so many ways that I can't even begin to understand why you are even posting about this topic. You obviously would have a ways to go in understanding this. The keys weren't leaked entirely by him, that's why they want the whole team. Apparently there were a few more fellows that had the keys already found/decrypted and were the most likely suspects to the leaked keys. What he did do was tell everyone how to get those keys, which is what sony was angry about.
Agreed.
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Make sure you read all the posts that were hidden because of "low comment rating."
Even a slight amount of censorship is no way to create debate as to whether this moron deserves any consideration. He wanted to be some big hero by breaking Sony's rules. Okay, you're a hero. Now suck it up and quit being a whiney *****. Next time, ponder on the success of the real heroes that go by the group name, "Anonymous"!
Discretion is the better part of valor. You bragged, you got tagged. Live with it.
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Make sure you read all the posts that were hidden because of "low comment rating."
Even a slight amount of censorship is no way to create debate as to whether this moron deserves any consideration. He wanted to be some big hero by breaking Sony's rules. Okay, you're a hero. Now suck it up and quit being a whiney *****. Next time, ponder on the success of the real heroes that go by the group name, "Anonymous"!
Discretion is the better part of valor. You bragged, you got tagged. Live with it.
It's hard to set legal precedents with the "Anonymous" tag.

Yes, he could have dodged the attention and remained an anon, but that does absolutely nothing to address the actual legal issue of people's rights to tinker with products they own. For that issue to be addressed and a precedent to be set in the law, this court battle had to actually take place, and it just so happens that Hotz is that face.
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And you seem to be someone that doesn't know what they're talking about. It'd be nice if one, just ONE of you Geohot humpers stopped drinking the koolaid and actually knew what was going on before you come on here with your worthless bravado.

He broke the law. He exploited the OS and opened up a major security hole. How many times does it have to be said in these threads?

"HERPADERPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP! HE'S TEH INNOCENTZ!!!" No.
What law did he break? and exploits are FOUND not created. Companies PAY professional hackers to find exploits in their own system. Hackers have to make a name for themselves; they're basically building their resume. XNine, reference some concrete facts before you act so tough.
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Make sure you read all the posts that were hidden because of "low comment rating."
Even a slight amount of censorship is no way to create debate as to whether this moron deserves any consideration. He wanted to be some big hero by breaking Sony's rules. Okay, you're a hero. Now suck it up and quit being a whiney *****. Next time, ponder on the success of the real heroes that go by the group name, "Anonymous"!
Discretion is the better part of valor. You bragged, you got tagged. Live with it.
wait wait wait

did you just call anonymous heroes?
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