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Sony launches first lawsuit against online sales crack PS4, California eBay shop owner is unlucky

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Currently PS4 (including Slim and Pro) has implemented firmware cracking based on 4.05, 4.55 and 5.05 firmware. Since there are certain technical thresholds for running cracks, there will be such small problems. Directly buying players or shops to crack good finished machines has become the choice of small white users.

 

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For Sony, cracking is certainly not allowed. On the one hand, the regularly updated firmware (currently the latest release of 6.00 on September 13) will block the previous cracking vulnerability and strengthen the system. On the other hand, the Japanese giants are also eyeing the sales cracker.

 

According to Engadget, Sony recently sued Eric Scales, a shop owner who cracked PS4 on eBay, a California resident.

 

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Sony purchased two cracked hosts from Eric in the process of collecting evidence. They were surprised to find that not only 60 games were pre-installed, but the store owner also provided beautifully printed paper materials to guide how to install them. Pirated games. Eric Scales did not hide his behavior, and his store produced a poster for “Stop buying games”.

 

Since this is the first public lawsuit against Sony to crack the PS4, it is inevitable that the "demand an exorbitant price" will be effective.

Keywords in the article: Stop buying games   ps4 crack   eBay

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