Fri, Jan 28, 2011 | 02:12 GMT
Sony’s security minded firmware update, 3.56, has been hacked within hours of release, re-enabling custom firmware and once more throwing the console open to homebrew developers and pirates alike.
Posted in: Legalities, PS3, Piracy, Sony
Tags: Geohot, hack, homebrew, KaKaRoTok, ps3 firmware, PS3 firmware 3.56
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