Another interesting consideration. If it does turn out that this was an exploit simulating gaining dev account permissions with a hacked key, that would likely mean that since the start of PSN any and all developers had permissions to look up your private PSN information. Possibly along with buying habits and suchlike. It may be possible that the hackers could have found internal security holes once they got dev permissions, but this is unlikely considering how long the dev system was already on there for and how much time they had on the network.

of course, it’s possible devs don’t and people were just stealing a ton of PSN content with a simulated card. Of course then, why say anything about the possibility of theft at all? It will be an interesting week as this unfolds ¬_¬