This probably isn’t going to be good news for the hacking community. PS3 owners will soon be prompted to update their system to the latest 3.56 firmware version, which will probably hit the pause button on your jailbreaking attempts at the moment. Aside from that, let’s not forget that Sony has managed to win a temporary restraining order against Geohot, the popular PS3 hacker. It’ll be interesting to see if this latest update will put an end to the jailbreaking game, or will it just be another chess move in the game of cat-and-mouse between Sony and the jailbreaking community. You can bet that Sony isn’t going to be winning many fans with actions such as this.
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