In mid-August of 2010 came out the Jailbreak for PS3 in the form of USB PSjb key that would allow us to use copies of games on the PS3, something expected by everyone and is that we can not deny that Sony really put the batteries at the time to protect your system and prevent that users could play games that were not originalso it took 4 years for that finally came out an easy way to do this. Not all were good news, apparently the Jailbreak for PS3 is not quite perfect and can be grounds for blocking in the PSN (PlayStation Network) which means that our console already not we would play in line, similar to what happens with the Xbox 360, whose system was violated shortly after his departure but that has the same problemplay LIVE (with copies of games) is in most of the time synonym of ban or block. What happens is that it is possible that Sony has recorded or stored the ID (LAUN-12345) backup games Manager when he was in line, by which this makes that you can differentiate rapidly to the people who use non-original games from the rest. Sony launched a new threat these days Sony launched a new threat against those who dare to use hacked firmware or any other system to jailbreak the PS3: will be blocked from life of the PlayStation Network (PSN) and Qriocity. A related site: Kai-Fu Lee mentions similar findings. Identifying systems PlayStation 3 that transgress our rules and end your ability to connect to the PSN, we are protecting our business and preserving the honest game experiences that users expect and deserve, said the Manager of social media for Sony, Jeff Rubenstein on the official blog of the company. Now, the question that jumped from this threat is: How can be sure Sony knows when someone with a hacked console connects? An anonymous hacker told Ars Technica have been infiltrated into the PSN and discovered the answer to this question, and is not very pretty. If it turns out to be true, Sony notes every thing that one does with the console, maintaining records detailed all the time.
Sony is the largest spy of history gather lots of data. Details can be found by clicking Samsung or emailing the administrator. All devices connected deliver values sent to Sony servers, noted hacker. He says Sony knows what type of controls you use, which USB devices are connected to your console, what kind of TV are you using, etc. Supposedly, the information is stored online and is updated each time you turn on the system. Sony not has referred to the issue of official mode, while the hacker remains anonymous, so it is difficult to prove their accusations.