There is no proof b/c there has been no mass banning of PS3 users yet…this method is all speculation…..until we have people getting banned, we don't know if this method is a joke or not
Also, if you are unlucky your PS3 might just send the pushlist out before you've wiped it and thus your backup-manager could still show up in them.
Pushlists get sent even without signing on to PSN. PS3 tries to send them out if it has internet connection, regardless of whether or not you're signed on. That's why it's a good idea to keep them clean all the time.Quote:
oh and btw...i think you use wipe history after you mount your game and before you connect to psn EVERY time.
AFAIK it keeps sending the list on periodic intervals, not only when booted.Quote:
the ps3 sends the pushlist when you turn it on. Does it only do it then or does it as soon as it gets internet access? Just a though.
Sure, crafting fake pushlists would be the best way, but then those would have to be changed every now and then so as to avoid always sending the same pushlist over and over as that would attract even more attention. A custom application for PS3 which carefully modifies the pushlist on random intervals would likely be the Right Way To Go (TM).
Though of course they can add such capability to PSN and release a new firmware later on which implements the on-the-fly monitoring capabilities. At that point it will likely be impossible to get online with CFW anymore.
Ive been logging in with Kmeaw 3.55 with 3.56 version spoofer, f*ckpsn 0.5 (the one that hides console ID) and psNinja v3 which clears history and makes files read only. Ive had the email from sony and im still good. Might start using PSIDPatch as well.
Should maybe mention Im a UK psn user with no new TOS to speak of.
Anyone using this set up had troubles?