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Kevin Butler Retweets PS3 Security Hack Code

Posted on Thursday, February 10 @ 09:14:55 Eastern by

I think Kevin Butler is a pretty cool guy. He's the VP of everything and isn’t afraid of anything….

Of course, someone might want to warn him next time people Tweet him the codes that break the PS3's security.

Apparently, someone sent one of the PS3's security keys over to Mr. Butler, and the VP of snarky remarks couldn't help but send back this, admittedly funny, quip. In the process, he broadcasted the security key to all of his followers.

Now obviously Kevin Butler is a fictional character and it's some office drone paid to write these Tweets, but that's quite a bit of egg on everyone's face.

On a side note: we're reporting on this as an item of news. We're not spreading this around so all of you can get to hacking your PS3s to pieces. If you were really interested in doing that, you wouldn't have had to wait for Kevin Butler to re-Tweet it.

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