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3.56 .........STUFFED ALREADY.........
3.56 .........STUFFED ALREADY......... –
The new firmware has been encrypted with a brand-new key, and initial indications are that it removes custom firmware installed on the system and prevents it from being re-installed. Because the firmware uses a new signing key, previous custom firmware solutions based on the key released by Hotz no longer work.
However, mere hours after the update went live on Sony's US servers, a hacker known as Kakaroto has decrypted the new key and released details into the wild. With the new key leaked, firmware creators will be able to re-sign their creations and enable homebrew - and piracy - on the new firmware.
Clearly, Sony's first attempts at solving its DRM issues hasn't succeeded - which makes rumours of the planned introduction of PC-style serial keys into PS3 games significantly more likely.
Read more: http://www.thinq.co.uk/2011/1/27/ps3...#ixzz1CF2Kotmg
dude...this is big news...post it in the MEMBER NEWS section....this shud go up in the front page!!