PlayStation 3 owners rejoiced when PS Jailbreak revealed that it had come up with a way to jailbreak the PS3. Sony wasn't quite as happy. The company quickly released a firmware update to prevent people from cracking their consoles. All of a sudden, PS Jailbreak's business wasn't looking so promising.
However, it seems the team at PS Jailbreak has been busy as of late and it looks as though they'll be back selling those USB jailbreak tools in no time. The company this week revealed that the tool now supports 3.42, 3.50 'and beyond' suggesting that they're ready for whatever patches Sony throws their way.
Support for 3.50 wasn't the only thing PS Jailbreak announced, though. PS Jailbreak is also launching a site called PSDowngrade.com, which allows you to easily downgrade your firmware for easier hacking. If you're planning on making use of this site, you need to have the original PS Jailbreak installed on your console already.
"With a PS Jailbreak and PS Downgrade now all 44 Million users and counting can enjoy homebrew," the company said in a statement.