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  1. joker says:

    I think the real story here is that Geohot has been hacking ATMs since he was 12. HAHA jk

  2. Reapersmist says:

    Rofl, I love U wololo!!! Love ur site………. question! does this throw a wrench in the gears of psp/ps3 homebrew development? just seems to me since Cybernet’s recent attack, the posts went down on most of the site’s….

  3. w7y7a7t7t says:

    hahahahahaha “shortly after this event we removed linux support, just in case”

  4. Matt says:

    It’s funny, but why is Sony evil all of a sudden? Do you understand how lucky Geohot and the gang are to still be alive?
    What, you’ve never heard of people coming up missing after millions in revenue are compromised?
    Think about that.

    • wololo says:

      Not sure if it’s a joke or a threat here…

      Sony is not evil per se.

      Using a virus (marketing people call it TPM) to prevent users from using their hardware, and on top of that managing to make that legal (the DMCA), now THAT is evil. the DMCA was not entirely driven by Sony, but they contribute a lot to such locking systems (and making sure these system become legal…)

      • Matt says:

        It’s not a threat! I wasn’t speaking personally at all, I’m just saying that a lot of profits will likely be forfeited because of this, and I’ve seen the Godfather movies.
        I’m sure nothing like that would actually happen with a company like Sony, they’re a big company with a lot to lose. But it could have been within the realm of possibility under certain circumstances.

        I’m a bit shocked that my post sounded like a threat!

  5. expltr says:

    i’m not really clear on this but geohot should use the DCMA that allowed jailbreaking on mobile phones. since the newer psp’s are voip enabled they are also categorised under the same section… i believe wololo posted something about this sometime last year

    i cant find the article anymore

    but then again i am not well versed with the DCMA so it could be useless

  6. aceofspace says:

    Shut the heck up

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