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Sony will have a hard time proving there was actually those games on there...lol. Only thing I can guess is an obvious scam, or something lost in translation (there are other daunting grammatical errors on the site).
Originally Posted by DeadlyFoez
Proxy + stealing wifi outside a public library. Easy. Don't forget to change MAC address of the wifi adapter you're using.
Originally Posted by DeadlyFoez
-Bevis - There are likely tens of thousands of jailbreak owners of various colors and flavors. The odds of Sony targetting you are slim to none. It seems like they only are targeting the retailer as opposed to the end user.
thanks for the reply tpmjb
Garyopa and psx-scene releasing this info, even costing them to do so for the greater good of the community really makes me respect this site even more.
I get my daily fix from these other ps3 sites and are as reputable as this but it grinds my gear that all you want to do is read on, when these AD's cut through your reading. It ain't even pop-ups, it just blocks the entire page and loads freakishly slow. They have enough advertisement pasted all over their website on top of those who begs for donations.
Guess all in saying is that I love psx-scene.
In one of the the exhibits it shows that one of the people working for sony ordered a drive on Sep 30th and has already been shipped to to him. It was the final sales invoice. There's their proof that they need. And also in the Declaration of something or whatever... LOL... they also stated that they did in deed place an order for what was stated.
Originally Posted by tpmjb
Edit: I just looked at the tracking for that package #9101010521297824644703 via usps and it's in transit. LMFAO!!!! I hope the owner of getps3break.com has already seen this and realized how F*****D he is. The tool probably left finger prints all over the hard drive.
Trust me, I took some time to read through a lot of this, although I am no lawyer, but I can see that they are building a pretty strong case and make it look extremely bad for everyone. They aren't going to stop.
The truth is, I had heard through the grape vine that there was this one group that had an actual working modchip but sony came through with their :ninja: and sued the living hell out of these people and made it that if they were to speak about it then they would get criminally charged also. I forget the exact details, but it went something like that.
The moral of the story though is that sony will go at all ends with their lawyers to f**k you over and silence you.
We even know that sony has hired hackers and paid them millions to hack the ps3 and disclose any and all faults found within the system abd tell them never to speak about it and that their work is highly classified.
For someone like me it won't work so well. Even a dumb blond can find out every piece of info about me since it is written everywhere online. I don't hide myself at all.
Originally Posted by tpmjb
Sony can try to throw the left and right hooks but its not going to help. They're too late, they should of done something right when news of PSJailbreak arised, they may of been able to stop PSGroove, PSFreedom, and any other port from even coming into existence. Honestly all they're doing is wasting money, they'll find that out in the long run. PSGroove has no copy right materials but you know Sony will do something to make it seem like it does or actually do something so it does contain copyright code. Sony should just fall to their knees and admit defeat, they really can't stop it now, thanks to the interwebs <3. Just think of how bad it'll be if the PS4 were to be modded, Sony would be shooting off the mortar shells.
You know if $ony would just allow people to have Linux back (not some crippled version either) and allow people to install games to avoid their horribly slow and useless BDVD format, none of this shit would have happened or be happening.
Karma is a bitch eh guys; I know I dated her once
Microsoft had time to close the hole before it really 'took off', on several occasions to be honest. the hole stems from like 2007! Before 'jtag' as we know it came out in aug 09, MS hardware patched the hole in their systems, and released a software update of the BK to once and for all close the gap.
Originally Posted by MRDOCA
Most of the JTAG work relates directly to the initial hole which was used (KK exploit) and was disclosed to MS before it was released on the internet. They patched it fine, but someone figured out how to use the backup kernel rather than installed kernel I think.. combined with XBReboot, this negated the need for a patched KK disc, or XeLL as you could directly boot into a patched NXE and enjoy it without any signature enforcement!
If you don't believe me check any 'jtag' xbox's nand revision in like 360 flash tool, its 4532 likely, not 9199.
Sonys problem is they had no forewarning, works out of the box to backup games, and all their hardware is susceptible with an easy to use device.
is SECA just searching on google ' ps3 jailbreak ' which ever site comes up first sue them lol,$ony next move go behind Apple, Nokia and Samsung for giving out a phone to public which can jailbreak...im pretty sure the sales of ps3 has gone up for $ony from past 2months, they can trace people in russia and sue people and cant give a hdmi cable when you buy their baby
NES duck hunt for PS move! :<
I agree with you fully.
Originally Posted by Sniffynose
Allow people to have the ability of storing their games in a reasonable sense that allow them not to burn up the hardware like the lasers and allow the end user to create homebrew applications that have full gpu acceleration and threading but limiting access to the ability of piracy.
The PS3 was bad enough that OtherOS did not have rsx abilities (ignoring one design flaw that allowed it accidentally). But give the end user what they want while still protecting copyrighted material. But everyone know that a system so open can never indefinitely protect any digital rights management.
The next system that does allow this and give the user what they want in a way that it is still secured will make them be the next platform that will win the console wars.
Imagine a console that does not rely on a disc media that will let you pay for your games and hold your right to them forever, and this system still being open to homebrew community usage with full hardware capabilities.
A user will not mind paying good money for a great, non shovelware games created from a great company. But if the system still can allow use of the full capabilities of the system then it will be praised more than anything else. This is what these companies need to realize and see that the end user and its homebrew ability is what makes it great.
Definitely hard to feel bad when a lot of users got screwed over on the removal of OtherOS, as well as all the earlier model owners that got screwed with boards that were overheating and had flawed solder connections, resulting in YLOD. $150 for the manufacturer's mistake, BS! You know, Nintendo would have replaced the units if they were flawed from the get-go.