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Playstation Portable Trojan…the demo

October 23rd, 2005 by Patrick S

“We blogged a story a couple weeks ago about the PSP trojan disguised as firmware for modified PSPs. A good story in its own right, but we wanted to see it in action. So what happens when a group of geeks gets an itch to destroy an expensive toy but nobody in the AVR lab is willing to pony up their own personal PSP? You make a call, get someone to donate a PSP, fire up the video camera & record it for posterity. “

The result looks like this: bricking_psp.wmv (14427k file)


(Click for bigger image)

Very Interesting Indeed (kind of funny too šŸ˜› [and a WASTE!!])

-Patrick

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  1. Dori Richardson Says:

    Can you post this upcoming chat on Branch Office on your blog?
    Branch Office Technologies in R2
    This chat will focus on the introduction of the new DFS Replication engine. We will discuss the feature set that enables it to efficiently replicate large quantities of data over the WAN. We will discuss mechanisms designed to optimize replication in challenging environments.
    October 27, 10:00 AM pst.
    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/community/chats/default.mspx
    We would really appreciate it!