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Originally Posted by Somenamehere View Post
Whoever doesnt have a PS3 by now pretty much doesnt want one.

No one who currently owns a PS3 would buy this.
PS3's are being sold everyday... So your statement makes no sense.
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Given time, ... it WILL be hacked. Nothing has proven to be un-hackable yet, & I doubt anything ever will be.
    
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Given time, ... it WILL be hacked. Nothing has proven to be un-hackable yet, & I doubt anything ever will be.
yes, I could see some hackers buying this model just to prove sony wrong
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post #14 of 36
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Originally Posted by mbudden View Post
And will take how long? It came out in Nov. of 2006. But has taken up to just a few months ago to actually be cracked. 4 years.
The team that cracked the ps3 claims they only took notice recently because Sony disabled OtherOS. Since this Ps3 is claimed to be "hackproof," I think the challenge itself will get the attention of a lot of hackers.
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post #15 of 36
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Originally Posted by amay200 View Post
yes, I could see some hackers buying this model just to prove sony wrong
Hack proof=Taunt to hackers

you cant hack me na na na na bo bo...

Sony Fails AGAIN!!!!
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Originally Posted by Soulphalanx
The team that cracked the ps3 claims they only took notice recently because Sony disabled OtherOS. Since this Ps3 is claimed to be "hackproof," I think the challenge itself will get the attention of a lot of hackers.
Yea, because people weren't actively working on hacking the PS3 to play pirated games until OtherOS was removed? You'd have to be a fool to believe that they just decided to hack it afterwards and had immediate success. The time they found a way to circumvent the PS3 security measures happened to be pretty soon after OtherOS was removed, and they decided to make the argument that it was due to the removal of OtherOS as a justification that idiots would align with. In other words, it was a coincidence they used to gain favor.

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Originally Posted by cayennemist View Post
Hack proof=Taunt to hackers

you cant hack me na na na na bo bo...

Sony Fails AGAIN!!!!
Like someone else mentioned, it took four years. So, what you really mean to say is "Hack proof=Taunt to hackers, which will be responded to.... four years later."

Zeke311 is right that anything is hackable given enough time. The only goal is to prevent an exploit for as long as they possibly can, which they did a pretty good job of doing the first time around.
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As we expected, whispers that we are hearing today from the land of the rising sun tell a story of a new version of the PlayStation 3 console said to be in development to address the security breach of the PlayStation 3. The new console will apparently not be able to be exploited in the same way that the current versions of the console are.
The new hack-proof version is said to feature several new advancements to reduce cost; but basically it is still the same slim version of the console, with the exception that it is said to include a 300GB hard drive.
http://www.fudzilla.com/games/item/2...eal-with-hacks

Sony is getting serious in the PS3 hacking scene. These new PS3's will apparently feature a hardware fix for both the glitched memory address supervisor exploit (doable with FPGA board) and the more recent root key fetching exploit (calculating the "random number" for signed code checksum).

EDIT: Mods please move if this is considered to be a rumour/too unconfirmed
Edited by TheFlameFox - 2/24/11 at 8:23am
    
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post #18 of 36
Well the PS2 had like 18-19 different motherboards from the first Phat to the later Slim versions.
PS3 will now have it's first different board then.
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post #19 of 36
Sony needs to just give up. They lost the ps3 battle and all they are doing is making a bad name for themselves. They should just take this and the psp (lol talk about piracy) as lessons for the future.
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