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Hackers, like life, will find a way. Sony knows that all too well thanks to the PSP, but so far the PlayStation 3 has stood strong in the face of legions of nerds trying to find a way to exploit it. A potentially major breakthrough may have been made, though, as well-known PS3 hacker StreetskaterFU...

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October 23, 2008 at 7:09PM
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Chameleon over on the DCEmu forums is reporting that he has already decrypted the just released 3.50 firmware. He notes that it probably won't be too long until an open edition custom firmware is released. Interestingly, Chameleon also notes that the files are nearly identical to the last firmware. ...

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Firmware 3.11 was released unceremoniously, and the homebrew community has already decrypted it. Like last time, this decryption will most likely lead to another version of Dark_Alex's open-edition firmware, which combines the functionality of Sony's official firmware releases with the ability to ru...

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Just to help you keep track of it all: Nov 20 - Firmware 3.00 available. Nov 21 - Suspicious "security issue" found. Nov 22 - Firmware 3.01 available. Nov 22 - Firmware 3.00 and 3.01 decrypted. Noobz, a popular PSP coder, proudly announced that the newly released 3.01 firmware has been decrypted. Wh...

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