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first_imgWith the release of Black Ops the older Call of Duty games haven’t gotten a lot of coverage, but they remain popular with gamers thanks to a strong multiplayer component and huge player base. That’s why it’s so troubling that the PlayStation 3 version of the game appears to broken by exploiters and hackers, and that a fix may not be on the way any time soon.A few days ago on the Infinity Ward forums mod Robert Bowling (fourzerotwo) posted this message:AdChoices广告Sony has recently acknowledged a breach in security on the PS3 which has resulted in the hardware and its games to become exposed to exploits and hacks. Modern Warfare 2 is no exception to this security exploit and we understand that some of you have experienced problems with stats and other issues associated with this.Report Inappropriate Players to SonyGames rely on the security of the encryption on the platforms they’re played on, therefore; updates to the game through patches will not resolve this problem completely, unless the security exploit itself is resolved on the platform. However, that doesn’t mean we’re not going to look into every option available to us. Regretfully, Call of Duty games are receiving the bulk of the hacker’s attention, due to its high player counts and popularity. However, the number of legitimate players severely outweighs the bad apples.If you are concerned about playing with players who are hacking, I encourage you to play exclusively with friends by utilizing the party or private match options in Modern Warfare 2 and Call of Duty 4 to avoid such players as much as possible until this issue is resolved by Sony. At this time, we do not have the ability to restore or adjust individual stats. Let me assure you, while we are very reliant on Sony updating their firmware and security to address the core problem of this issue. We are looking at EVERY option available to us to help any user affected.This only applies to legacy games such as Call of Duty 4 and Modern Warfare 2. In the future we plan to adjust our approach to not rely solely on platform security and reduce the ability for this to happen in our games, as has already been displayed by the work Treyarch has done on Call of Duty: Black Ops to prevent similar measures. So it looks like the problems aren’t restricted to Modern Warfare and Modern Warfare 2, but they are taking the brunt of the impact because of their popularity and the effectiveness of exploits like aimbots. The newest game in the series, Black Ops, uses its own security (in addition to Sony’s) so it’s not affected by the hacks.If you are affected, the situation can be very serious. Commentor Cryo70 notes that if you are hacked and your account is “screwed up” you should just create a new account and re-register on the PlayStation Network. Ouch.via joystiq and destructoidlast_img read more