by Mike Bendel on April 6, 2008 @ 12:48 pm
According to French-based site PSP Generation, homebrew developer CipherUpdate has released “NPDecryptor,” a utility for decrypting PlayStation Store bought PSP games such as flOw and Beats. Once decrypted, the titles can be played on any PSP running custom firmware, regardless of whether or not the license data is tied to your PSP.
To be honest, I’m not exactly thrilled over this release, as it will only lead to rampant piracy of PSN titles. While the application itself may be legal, there’s no real legitimate use here. For this reason, please understand that we will not be hosting the application.
Les DRM du Playstation Store enfin hackés !!! [PSP Generation]
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