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I don't even know why some of these "jailbreak" ps3s are so butthurt? I own a slim, not jailbreaked and pretty content with the psone classics and psn store. Sony hasn't treated ME wrong.
Yeah, but the mafia treated hundreds of people nice but it still doesn't make it right.
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This is all they should have done in the first place. When the iPhone got hacked they just fixed the exploit in the next hardware or software revision.
    
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Are they going to send out owners of current Slims and Fats new ones for free? If not, I don't care. It's not like I'm going to buy a new PS3 because of this.
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Originally Posted by gbatemper View Post
Geohot Hacks the Ps3
Hackers: Sony umad? Troloolol!
Sony: RAGE! WE BAN YOU FROM PSN TROLLS!
Hackers: Unbans themselves, Trololol!
Sony: WE SUE YOU AND UPDATE PS3
Hackers: We win the lawsuit and find a away to hack the new ps3 trololol!
i remember reading that same article once that got locked and deleted about 3 or 4 times because almost everyone who posted there wasn't smart enough to read the article. the method was only theory when it was posted here a while ago and to do that, you would need someone to give you their console ID, if someone was so stupid to do so.
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"The new hack-proof version"

This statement right here is going to screw them over. Never ever say something is "unhackable" or "hack proof." You are just putting up a challenge. There is nothing that hackers like more than a challenge like that.

Sony insert foot in mouth and stop talking...
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Originally Posted by Gnomepatrol View Post
"The new hack-proof version"

This statement right here is going to screw them over. Never ever say something is "unhackable" or "hack proof." You are just putting up a challenge. There is nothing that hackers like more than a challenge like that.

Sony insert foot in mouth and stop talking...
what do you mean by putting up a challenge. people were going to try to tear this thing up anyways whether they said hackproof or not. i really can't imagine serious hackers not caring about the ps3 then suddenly rising to the fight when sony claims their console is unhackable.
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