I should have known it was too good to be true when someone told me that two of the NPDRM keys had been brute forced this morning.
When I was first told they were going to try a brute-force attack, my first thought was "Where did they manage to get the 100+ PS3s clustered together to make this possible in an even remotely feasible amount of time?"
Not to mention Brute-Forcing does not sound like something any of the popular PS3 hackers would do, since it requires no skill, just equipment......... lots and LOTS of equipment.
I am assuming it was these two who also stated they were bruteforcing the thing and got the NPDRM keys? I heard it was announced in an IRC channel, but started to get suspicious when none of the four PS3 hacking news sites I check for news mentioned it.
Man, Sony would not be able to do anything if we had those right? Too bad the only hackers who do legitimately have them refuse to share due to piracy concerns.
I hope someone else manages to find the stupid things.
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