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Re: DNS hackers are killing home

Jan 25, 2014

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Man...I think I know what happened to my spunland costumes. I was at Konami and some chick came up to me and copied my avatar. I had the spunland angry outfit on and she copied it. She shrunk her avatar and kept messing with me. I started to lag bad so I got annoyed and left. Seeing as my spunland bundle is no longer existing in my wardrobe, storage or purchases I think she actually stole it. I can't even repurchase the bundle. Says not available at this time. -__-

I want you to delete Home from your XMB and reinstall it. When you do the ''hand shake'' initiates and everything purchased should show up.

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Re: DNS hackers are killing home

Jan 26, 2014

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MOMMYkillest wrote:
Man...I think I know what happened to my spunland costumes. I was at Konami and some chick came up to me and copied my avatar. I had the spunland angry outfit on and she copied it. She shrunk her avatar and kept messing with me. I started to lag bad so I got annoyed and left. Seeing as my spunland bundle is no longer existing in my wardrobe, storage or purchases I think she actually stole it. I can't even repurchase the bundle. Says not available at this time. -__-

I want you to delete Home from your XMB and reinstall it. When you do the ''hand shake'' initiates and everything purchased should show up.


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Jan 26, 2014

I'll tell you what DNS "hackers" are doing to Home. They are spending a lot of money that they probably wouldn't spend otherwise to buy items that aren't available to the general public. Wrong or not, there is no argument about how big a source of revenue it is for Home. 



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Re: DNS hackers are killing home

Jan 26, 2014

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I'll tell you what DNS "hackers" are doing to Home. They are spending a lot of money that they probably wouldn't spend otherwise to buy items that aren't available to the general public. Wrong or not, there is no argument about how big a source of revenue it is for Home. 


This is true, and there is a big thread about it...........Smiley Surprised

 

http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/PlayStation-Home/Updated-1-25-The-Illustrated-Reference-Of-Ra...

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Re: DNS hackers are killing home

Jan 26, 2014

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HOPPER_34 wrote:

I'll tell you what DNS "hackers" are doing to Home. They are spending a lot of money that they probably wouldn't spend otherwise to buy items that aren't available to the general public. Wrong or not, there is no argument about how big a source of revenue it is for Home. 


This is true, and there is a big thread about it...........Smiley Surprised

 

http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/PlayStation-Home/Updated-1-25-The-Illustrated-Reference-Of-Ra...


Exactly. Revenue is revenue when it comes to Home I guess. 



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Jan 26, 2014

I think DNS hackers just input the DNS into their console and visit a certain space which automatically rewards them with 100s of reward items. I don't think they actually spend money on Sony other than paying for the special privilege to certain sites to be granted access to said DNS. I could be outdated and wrong though.


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Re: DNS hackers are killing home

Jan 26, 2014

CMCSAVAGE wrote:

HOPPER_34 wrote:

I'll tell you what DNS "hackers" are doing to Home. They are spending a lot of money that they probably wouldn't spend otherwise to buy items that aren't available to the general public. Wrong or not, there is no argument about how big a source of revenue it is for Home. 


This is true, and there is a big thread about it...........Smiley Surprised

 

http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/PlayStation-Home/Updated-1-25-The-Illustrated-Reference-Of-Ra...


So you want the inspect feature removed because you worry that items were brought into circulation and made available to the general public and now Sony will collect this revenue and people will have more choices and that will be a bad thing? Help me understand this please.

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Re: DNS hackers are killing home

Jan 26, 2014

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CMCSAVAGE wrote:

HOPPER_34 wrote:

I'll tell you what DNS "hackers" are doing to Home. They are spending a lot of money that they probably wouldn't spend otherwise to buy items that aren't available to the general public. Wrong or not, there is no argument about how big a source of revenue it is for Home. 


This is true, and there is a big thread about it...........Smiley Surprised

 

http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/PlayStation-Home/Updated-1-25-The-Illustrated-Reference-Of-Ra...


So you want the inspect feature removed because you worry that items were brought into circulation and made available to the general public and now Sony will collect this revenue and people will have more choices and that will be a bad thing? Help me understand this please.


There is a difference between inspecting  and buying items not in the store anymore and DNS hacking.

 

Inspecting and buying means you're legally paying for the items you are buying through inspect. DNS, ISE, or whatever means you aren't paying Sony, you're paying someone else who is taking items that are meant to be gone and selling them. Inspect is the right way, not DNS.


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