In mid-August 2010 Release PS3 Jailbreak USB key as we would utilize PSjb copies of games on the PS3, anything really awaited by all and we can not deny that Sony really put the batteries when ” safeguard “your system and avoid consumers can portray games which were not initial, therefore took 4 years to finally pop out an easy way to do so.
Only a few was good news, apparently the Jailbreak for PS3 is not very best and can feel a reason behind blockage in the PSN (PlayStation Network) which means our system no longer provide us to experience online, much like what occurs to the Xbox 360, whose system was breached by little departure time but has the same problem, playing on ALIVE (with copies of games) is most often synonymous ban or block.
What occurs is that Sony might have recorded or retained the ID Executive backup games (LAUN-12345) when he was online, so this makes it possible to promptly differentiate those who utilize non-original games remainder.
Sony launched a new danger
These days the Sony established a new threat against those who dare to use hacked firmware or additional system to jailbreak the PS3 are going to be banned for existence from the PlayStation Network (PSN) and Qriocity.
“By identifying PlayStation 3 systems that violate our procedures and end their capacity to connect to the PSN, we are preserving our company and keeping the truthful gameplay experiences that users expect and deserve,” stated personal media executive for Sony, Jeff Rubenstein in the official business blog.
Now, the concern that sprang with this threat is, how can it feel that Sony understands when someone through a hacked console is linked?
An anonymous hacker explained Ars Technica have infiltrated the PSN and discovered the answer to this question, and not really quite. If it be accurate, Sony observes everything you are doing while using the console, keeping detailed documents all of the time.
“Sony is the greatest spy story … collected a lot of information. All connected devices deliver values delivered to Sony’s servers, “the hacker. He says Sony knows what type of controls you may be using, what USB equipment are linked to your system, what type of TV you’re utilizing, etc..
Supposedly, the data is retained online and is updated every time you turn on the system. Sony has not answered the problem officially, while the hacker remains anonymous, therefore is hard to prove their accusations.