The guys at 1up.com did a great job with this one. take note sony. As should anyone who wants to store the data of millions of users. Especially if you are possibly one of those millions of users.
Nothing more for sony to do but cry. After team fail0verflow’s diligent efforts and geohot’s typical rush to publish something he’d probably been sitting on for months. 27c3 brought news of sony’s epic fail and people almost forgot what geohot had done months earlier. This will be an exciting year. i wonder what sony’s next move will be? i’ll keep you updated.
new iOS and PS3 updates today! keep away if you like jailbreak. iPhones may loose unlock forever (or until a new baseband exploit is published). iOS at least gives us some features while PS3 update is nothing more the jailbreak stopping.
Over 3 years after it’s release. nice work george. (@geohot)
In his post Hello hypervisor, I’m geohot George explains that he can run code and has the dumps necessary to crack the encryption needed to make applications. it’s the start of a VERY long road, but i am very excited to know it’s beginning. i was just tinkering with my ps3 last night as well. i look forward to the coming ps3 homebrew scene.
tonight i finally installed linux on my ps3. i did this in preparation for an os upgrade in which they REMOVED the feature! nice upgrade guys! well, at least they let you keep it if you already installed it. i laugh now to think that i had ever thought that sony was opening up to open source and open standards.