Xbox 360 Copy Protection: Hackers Have Made A First Step

Posted: Dec 15 2005, 5:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:54pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
Xbox 360 Copy Protection: Hackers Have Made a First Step
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BBC News reports that Hackers have been able to download raw game data from the Xbox 360 File system.

13 Xbox 360 games are affected and the raw data has been shared on the net. The data is useless so far as it cannot be executed.
BBC News quotes Microsoft saying that their are several anti-piracy security systems in place. The hackers say they will succeed sooner or later. Well, finding ways to illegally copy games is not a great goal anyway. Whereas Homebrew PSP code hacking is a cool with me.

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