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Monday, March 27, 2000
Yet ANOTHER PS2 exploit!


..or as a hacker said in a newsgroup: " I love this machine it's so...hackable!" (-: News snapped from eetimes:

"Video enthusiasts in Japan have found a second backdoor in Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.'s newly launched Playstation 2. This time, fans have discovered a way to exploit the game console's analog RGB output to illegally copy DVD content to a videotape, circumventing the system's copy-protection technology. The technique is being discussed on Web sites in Japan..."



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