PS3 hacker 'Mathieulh' talks George Hotz case, community backlash.
[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/03/XCg77k.jpg[/newsimage]Despite the aura of anonymity and secrecy that surrounds what they do, hackers are enjoying some uncommon attention lately. The obvious focus is George Hotz -- the outspoken hacker who became the main target of Sony's global anti-hacking, anti-piracy efforts this past January after jailbreaking the PlayStation 3 console. However, others hackers such as Alexander Egorenkov (graf_chokolo) and Waninkoko have made headlines, too. Unfortunately, the former's claim to fame is a 1 million Euro lawsuit filed by Sony after a police raid. Another hacker with no small amount of history in the PS3 hacking scene in Mathieulh. The Frenchman sparked controversy and drew ire when he announced he found an exploit for the latest PS3 firmware - 3.60 - but would not release it.
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