Friday, April 9, 2010

Hacker George Hotz apologized to the Linux-community.

The new version of firmware for the PlayStation 3, which was released on April 1, disappeared the menu to install alternative operating systems. Representatives of the company's corporate blog explained that this thing is done for security purposes. The fact is that recently appeared in an exploit that allows you to install on Linux any software, including pirated games from the very Sony.

History has caused an unexpectedly large response. For example, to post on the new firmware on your blog Sony USA has published two and a half thousand comments. A hacker George Hotz in his blog apologized Linux-community for what made them exploit caused such unpleasant consequences.

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