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Everybody's Tennis pulled from PS Store due to potentially "dangerous" piracy exploit

Sony has pulled Everybody's Tennis on sale from the PS Store over fears it could be exploited to play pirated content on PlayStation Vita.

This follows a similar thing with Motorstorm Arctic, which was pulled around the time of the Vita launch last month.

Using a exploit similar to Arctic, where it would have used the Vita homebrew loader, according to according to wololo, "using this vulnerability could allow people to run software that would be extremely dangerous for your business, such as 20 year-old 8 bit games and 154 different versions of pong."

That open gap would have likely opened up the possibility of pirated games for PSP or Vita.

Via TSA.

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