This week’s software update 3.60 for the PS3 finally brought a Cloud saving service to the system. What Sony didn’t say is that it may have included a fix for its recent hacking problems, although that may only be temporary.
Some hackers are claiming that the update has stopped the PS3 from using the original root key that was hacked. While this prevents anymore hacking taking place, it’s also possible that the new key will simply be hacked too, sending the situation back to square one.
Will Sony be able to find a permanent solution to this problem?