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  • Blog Post: GeoHot Criticizes Sony's "Arrogance"

    Hacker George "GeoHot" Hotz has responded with a slight chuckle to Sony's current PSN meltdown . He denies he had anything to do with it and condemns those who did, but he also blames Sony's "arrogance" for the situation. On his blog Hotz sympathizes with gamers and those... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Settles Its Case Against The PlayStation 3 Hacker

    In February, Sony began suing George "GeoHotz" Hotz, the hacker who had published the PlayStation 3 root key. Fortunately, this short-lived legal battle has already reached a settlement. Ever since root access to the PlayStation 3 was gained earlier in the year, the door has been open for unauthorized... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Hackers Halt PSN Attacks

    Anonymous, a group of hackers assaulting Sony in support of PS3 code infiltrators George "GeoHot" Hotz and Alexander "Graf_Chokolo" Egorenkov, are currently holstering their mice and keyboards. The ceasefire comes after days of intermittent PSN issues, purportedly caused by Anonymous... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Claims Hacker GeoHot Is Dodging Court In South America

    Famed PlayStation 3 hacker George Hotz (a.k.a. GeoHot) has apparently left his home state of New Jersey for more temperate climates in South America. In a recent court filing on Sony's behalf as part of a case against Hotz, the company levels several complaints in his direction including a delay... More
  • Blog Post: The Saga Of The Hacked PS3 Root Key Continues

    While the world was focused on the announcement of the company's NGP handheld, some interesting new developments occurred in the company's ongoing battle with hackers. Tekgoblin reports that Sony won a temporary restraining order against hacker George (Geohot) Hotz, the man who reportedly leaked... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Responds To PS3 Hackers

    Sony has responded to the activity of hackers who have recently broken through the system's security measures, promising: "We will fix the issues through network updates." The hacking group fail0verflow had reverse engineered the system's keys which authorizes legitimate PS3 code, George... More
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