Thursday 21 February 2013 by Formelia Alberthine

Hackers eager to see PS4 user data in full super HD glory

Computer hackers across the globe have revealed their excitement at the prospect of viewing private user data in super HD, following the announcement of the forthcoming release of Sony’s PS4 games console.

The new console, proclaimed to be the future by Sony’s marketing team, has been welcomed by scores of bedroom-bound hackers as they prepare to tuck into a banquet of supposedly secure personal information about the people who will buy one.

Anonymous hacker, Simon Williams, agreed that the higher resolution would make the task of obtaining user data a far simpler proposition than previously.

“HD is all well and good, but when you are targeting the Sony network from Chinese territory, the picture can be, well a little hazy,” he told us.

“That they have chosen to improve their graphical offering on the PS4 to super HD, well, it’s an RSVP akin to a man-sized catflap.”

“It’s effectively going to be one of the most amply lubricated orifices this side of Katie Price’s holiday home, and that takes some doing.”

“As does she.”

Sony PS4 announced

Prolific gamer, Charlie Matthews, said efforts at improving the gaming experience were welcomed, but stopped short of commending the technological advances.

“Why don’t we just cut to the chase and put all our personal details and passwords up on a forum now to save some of the bandwidth taken up by these hackers?”

“Oh, I forgot, they’ve already posted them.”

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