Hackers release PlayStation 3 custom firmware, LV0 decryption keys
| by Shunal Doke |
Two years ago, the PlayStation 3 was hacked. After a series of patches, Sony was able to fix the security flaw through which was being exploited by hackers to install custom firmware on the machine. Now, according to Eurogamer, the PlayStation 3 has been hacked once more with a new custom firmware released, with PlayStation Network enabled. The release of the custom firmware was followed by the release of the LV0 decryption keys, which according to some developers, gives complete access of the machine to anyone aiming to tinker with it.
The LV0 key for the PlayStation 3 has been released by hackers
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