If you hack the PlayStation 3, Sony will sue the pants off you and you’ll land a job at one of the most important tech companies in the Western world. Lesson learned.
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Two weeks later, and Anonymous is still being blamed for the unauthorised access which lead Sony to take down the PlayStation Network and Qriocity servers, despite repeatedly pleading innocence. Now, the “hacktivist” group is getting annoyed, and, according to a new press release, disappoint.
The activist arm of Internet hive mind Anonymous has targeted Sony, apparently in retribution for the company’s legal pursuit of PlayStation 3 hackers GeoHot and Graf_Chokolo.
Rumours suggest Sony may be working up to the release of a new, “hack-proof” PlayStation 3 model.
According to court documents received by PSX-SCENE, Sony is ramping its anti-piracy legal activities in an attempt to track down major figures in the homebrew and hacking communities.
Hacker group fail0verflow, which was partly responsible for the recent security key generation hack on PS3, has issued a response on its website after Sony started legal proceedings against it earlier this week. The group claims the only reason it hacked the console was over Sony’s “removal of OtherOS”.
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