There may have been significant progress in hacking the PlayStation 5

He had a pretty well-known brigade on Sony’s next-generation console.

Fail0verflow was the hacking team that virtually dismantled the protection of the PlayStation 3 many years ago, and after the generational change, the PlayStation 4 was hacked and they even managed to pack Linux on the Nintendo Switch.

And now they seem to have targeted Sony’s fresh machine as well.

The brigade proved with a picture that they had made significant progress on the road to hacking the PlayStation 5 and had access to the little things needed to decrypt certain parts of the firmware.

It’s not known exactly how this maneuver was done by hackers and they probably won’t even inaugurate the audience in secret, but it could still be a serious headache for Sony. If fail0verflow is also failing to protect PlayStation 5 in the near future, it could easily be a straight path to the first jailbroken consoles. Of course, Sony will have a few words for that.

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