Sony Starts Banning Jail Broken PS3; Firmware 3.60 Coming Soon
Sony's finding out if you've been naughty or nice as they begin banning jail broken accounts and consoles from the PSN.
A recorded customer inquiry over at the Sony Playstation Australia uploaded in Youtube revealed that Sony will be banning jail broken accounts and PlayStation 3 consoles permanently unless they restore the system. Sony will also be releasing Firmware 3.60 to further fend off hackers from infiltrating the console.
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Looks like Sony is digging deeper into the situation as they resolve to banning accounts and consoles over at the PlayStation Network (PSN) once they find out that they’re containing custom firmwares inside the system. It was almost a week ago when we last heard of Sony suing several hackers for copyright infringement issues, and the end result is probably the new Firmware 3.60. The video also seems to mention that a banned account can only redeem itself when the console has been un-hacked. No details have been released regarding Sony PS3’s new firmware.