Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 7th Jan 2011 23:50 UTC
Games Sony has responded to the recent cracking of the Playstation3, and the company claism that they can fix the issue - which ought to be impossible considering the scope of the hack. "We are aware of this, and are currently looking into it," Sony said, "We will fix the issues through network updates, but because this is a security issue, we are not able to provide you with any more details."
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RE: Multiple root keys?
by somebody on Sat 8th Jan 2011 01:09 UTC in reply to "Multiple root keys?"
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if they whitelist all applications with old key, they could add new RSA in firmware. but as I got it from presentation only one RSA key was used to sign and that one is hard burned into PS3.

you must also not forget game on bluray can't change its encryption. and people payed for those games, so they would probably like to be able to play them. but if they plan to update RSA with new game versions trough update... i'm selling off all of my ps3 collection with ps3. hdd is way too small to fit updates for all the games i have. thanks, but not thanks.

Edited 2011-01-08 01:10 UTC

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