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can I get banned for moding?[PS3]?


Can I get banned for modding?

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  1. Yes you can and will. You won’t be able to go online as you will be on an older firmware (3.55>) and if you try and spoof your firmware then Sony will detect your custom firmware as soon as you connect to PSN and will console and IP ban you. On top of that, you will probably be banned from the games you try and mod as well.

  2. yes , both for modding games or the console

    red your terms of service agreement , it says clearly

    You must adhere to the following rules of conduct, and also follow a reasonable, common-sense code of conduct. Users are required to take into consideration community standards and refrain from abusive or deceptive conduct, cheating, hacking, or other misuse of SEN. Rights of other users should be respected.

    The actions that are prohibited include the following:

    You may not use, make, or distribute unauthorized software or hardware, including Non-Licensed Peripherals and cheat code software or devices that circumvent any security features or limitations included on any software or devices, in conjunction with SEN, or take or use any data from SEN to design, develop or update such unauthorized software or hardware.

    You may not modify or attempt to modify the online client, disc, save file, server, client-server communication, or other parts of any game title, or content.

    You may not cause disruption to or modify or damage any account, system, hardware, software, or network connected to or provided by SEN for any reason, including for the purpose of gaining an unfair advantage in a game.

    You may not attempt to hack or reverse engineer any code or equipment in connection with SEN.

    You may not provide SNEI or any third party company with false or inaccurate information, including reporting false complaints to our or our affiliates’ consumer services or providing false or inaccurate information during account registration.

    You may not sell, buy, trade, or otherwise transfer your Online ID, SEN Account or any personal access to SEN through any means or method, including by use of web sites.

    You may not conduct any activities that violate any local, state or federal laws, including copyright or trademark infringement, defamation, invasion of privacy, identity theft, hacking, stalking, fraud, stealing or using without purchasing, where payment is required, any content or service and distributing counterfeit software or SEN Accounts.

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