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Hacked Vita games fixed, replaced on PSN store; hackers undeterred

Remember late last month when Sony removed two PSP games from the Vita's downloadable store to limit the spread of an exploit that allowed homebrew apps on the system? Well those games have been patched and replaced on the store, though the battle to get unsigned code running on the Vita is far from over. New versions of both Motorstorm: Arctic Edge and Everybody's Tennis were back on the Vita's Playstation Network store as of Wednesday.
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