Posts: 1003 Location: Eh? Joined: 10.04.09 Rank: Mad User
Posted on 29-04-11 02:25
i heard that the root key is still floating around some where, does anyone know if thats true?
It's everywhere. It's not like you can really hide it once people know it. However, the newer firmware changed the root key, making it useless to anyone who has updated their console since it has been released. Same situation for PSP too, actually.
Like Moshbat said, everyone and anyone can represent Anonymous. It only really matters once the majority of other Anonymous "members" agree and partake as well. People claiming to represent Anonymous post videos and make statements all the time, but are generally ignored because very few people give a shit.
Personally, the fact that Sony stored user passwords in fucking plaintext is ridiculous. Their entire network database is stolen, all 77 million accounts, and they have plaintext passwords with email addresses. Thank god the credit cards were, at least, encrypted. Although it could still be likely the attackers grabbed the encryption key, too.
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Posted on 29-04-11 09:11
Also... i know that if the government "keep biting the Anonymous' hands, the Anonymous' hands will bitch-slap them in the face"
-Anonymous Representative http://www.youtub. . .isDYibWbg4
Urgh, not this shit again. Anonymous is not a group, it's a title that literally anyone can take.
I know what anonymous is. I just figured I'd call them "Anonymous" (capital 'A') to refer to them.
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