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Sony cracks down on PSP hacks

Sony is engaged in a tug-of-war with hackers who keep cracking its PlayStation Portable software to unlock the device and run their own applications on it.

The company is preparing another update to the PSP firmware to fix a recently disclosed bug that lets hackers downgrade the PSP system software, a Sony representative said Thursday.

Personally I think Sony should have an Oreo and some milk. The fact that people are making so many Homebrews for the PSP makes it a more attractive purchase for people.

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