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I was wondering... if you download a psp game from the internet and put it on ur psp. can you actually play online with it? or is that a way of getting busted by the PSP police?:
you should be careful, because sony officials in each country are getting a couple of special dishes installed which checks the param.sfo of games you play online. when you play via infrastructure mode the dish intercepts the signal your psp sends through the internet, and then backtracks it to actual hardware it came from. from there it accesses the flash 3 of the psp (usign the special sony superuser mode) and checks certain documents. [you dont know that they are doing this]. From altering a file in flash3 they can gain access to your ms and from there they can ask for a tree of the stuff you have there. by using wifi3446s US protocol they technically can do this legally. by using flashram formatting and usb4.0 they then can delete your ms, and have complete control over the console.
worse for you is if they actually find a downloaded game they can localize the psp by remotedly accessing the gps inside the console. then they access the system_pluginwo8.prx/vsh.prx in flash2 and get your cooords. they can have a police force dispatched at your house in hours
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