Shared April 8, 2019
From a simple 'Hello World' program in March 2005 to the easy to install Custom Firmware we use today. This is the story of how Security on Sony's first handheld - the PSP - was easily defeated and the game of cat and mouse between Sony and Hackers that ensued. Hackers won and ultimately the PSP became a completely open system for all revisions of its hardware.
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