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 Jun 08, 2005 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* PSP piracy tools get big

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Looks like Sony is going to get furious - PSP hackers have found ways to get the PSP to "dump" data directly to its memory stick, and rumors of an ISO player (only workable on 1.0 firmware right now) are flying fast.

While the potentially damaging issue of PSP file sharing will no doubt come as a blow to Sony, the company can at least take comfort in the knowledge that copied PSP games won't turn up at boot fairs as a result - currently there is no way for pirates to burn their own UMD discs.
Yeah - if pirates REALLY want to pay for 1GB or 2GB memory sticks at $200+ a pop, I'm sure Sony won't mind all that much.
 

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