Wait WHA!? Red is in Japan!? For some reason I always thought you were in the States..... >_<
Ah well, more castlevania SP and Final Fantasy XIII and KZ 3 playthroughs for me....
Well USA is in his name, based on the USLA part, I'd of assumed that mean United states Las Angeles, which wouyld imply he might live in that part of the states, but I guess not.
Actually, "SLA" is an acronym that I made up & whose meaning I keep rather secret. I've been using it as my nick for close to ten years now. So, precisely speaking it is my nick. However, when I tried to register it the PSN said O needed a longer one. My wife loves hamsters. She just says "hamu"...cuz in Japanese you basically have to follow all consonants with a vowel sound. After those were decided, I thought something random like a color would go well--"red", though in hindsight it probably should have been "redo". redhamuSLA.
Good news if true, got this from shopto.net link on fb. It says sony can change rootkey during rebuild.
Security expert: PSN root key can be changed in rebuild
By Joe Anderson – 26 April, 2011
Posted in: PSN, Sony, ps3
Neil Martin, a database security engineer expert, has told NowGamer the developers root key that was recently leaked can be changed during the rebuilding of PSN.
Hackers had claimed that the leaking of the key would mean any new firmware would be completely vunerable, however since Sony are taking the opportunity to rebuild PSN, the key can now be changed, negating hackers efforts up to this point.
“Sony will ?probably take the chance to change the developers root key that was recently leaked, which tells the PSN that a particular piece of software is licensed and allowed to use the PlayStation Network” said Martin.
?”This could mean all previous software will require a patch when it comes back online,” Martin continues, “but inconvenience like that will be secondary to the loss of revenue via piracy and loss of security if they don’t change it.”
Martin also claims that the service will be back at some point this week at the latest, possibly tomorrow, considering the time and staff already working on fixing the issues.
The PSN outage is now in its seventh day, Sony is yet to reveal a time scale as to when the service will be back online
Don't know if any one else saw this and I can't post it right now, but its on ign.com
Accourding to one of the directors of the psn the outside source that caused tthis has all. Thee log billing address living address and anything else associatied with your psn including your purchase history etc etc.
They say that at this time it is to early to tell if they have any credit card info(excluding the security code on the back of the card) but to beware of emails from sony stating they need to verfiy some info, because they arnt from sony wich would proably be obvious, just giving everyone a heads up