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Linkapalooza: January 3, 2011



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January 3, 2011 —  Our New Year’s resolution, here at Linkapalooza, is to use real random numbers, not just pretend to use them. Many of you may have noticed that the Playstation 3 was hacked over the Christmas break, and it was all because Sony, for some reason, used the exact same “random” number every time it generated a key on the device. Well done, sirs!

Root keys for PS3 released. Or not. Read the comments.

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Today's random Wikipedia entry: Pink Knotweed





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