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Article: Hidden Feature DropBox 4.10 PS3
Article: Hidden Feature DropBox 4.10 PS3 –
so, any website that works with the new browser is now considered a hidden feature of ps3? well, we must absolutely post about it.
that post on ps3hax has dropbox referral link in it. that means any user who follows that link and signs up for free dropbox account will extend referrer's dropbox account per 250mb up to 5gb. sneaky.
Why? Dropbox is very useful on my PC but why the hell would anyone want it on their PS3? If anyone can tell me I'd be very interested to know as I can't think of any real reason. (you can't share game saves can you? It's technically illegal to share many TV programs and most films and music...)
Its so you can share your credit card details with friends, and, because its Sony, eventually with the rest of the world.
This COULD be useful, but we'll have to see. If you can upload your gamesave files from your PS3 and download them back to the appropriate folder, that would be great for me, since flash drives don't seem to want to work with my PS3 lol.
EDIT: It just freezes my PS3 solid. I guess I won't be making use of this thing.
Last edited by CthulhuDawn; 02-10-2012 at 11:37 AM.
Why would you share your creditcard details with friends? I would never do that unless it was a huge emergency, and i surely wouldnt need to use a console or any other electronic device to do that, i'd rather just visit them in person instead.
Originally Posted by Meomyo
But if you want to share your creditcard info on Dropbox, why blame Sony if Dropbox get compromised?
@yes159 - I think you completely missed the joke about Sony's total lack of security
Maybe google "sarcasm"?
Originally Posted by yes159
half-arsed lazy modder
I didnt miss the joke and dont need to look up sarcasm The reason why i asked him is because i dont see the relation between the joke and this article, so i wanted to ask about it.
Dropbox is an external service where you can upload and share files over different devices. If you use your PS3, PC, cellphone etc. etc. to upload the files from, Dropbox remains the same. For the creditcard info to get on Dropbox, you have to make a text file with your creditcard info on it and upload it to Dropbox. This is why i asked why he wanted to share his creditcard info with friends like this. For the creditcard info to be in danger to the world, then someone have to compromise your Dropbox account. So in other words, this doesnt have anything to do with Sony's security.