In a frantic fashion, Sony has released yet another new firmware within a month of 3.61 release after the PSN outage. Not major changes from the look of it though, but it kind of awkward when having the same update time frame with Nintendo’s 3DS who also has released a new update to their handheld system.
In the new OFW note, there doesn’t seem to be any security fix mentioned, it just probably minor ones. That’s a good news considering the fact that there is a major crowd in the scene making up their time on finding the infamous exploits “discovered” long time ago which could lead to 3.61+ CFW (Maybe 3.65 CFW too). If only Mathieulh and other devs decide to break the ice..
Earlier tonight we released an optional system software update (v3.65) for PlayStation 3. This new firmware improves the operating stability of some PS3 format software, and changes the XMB item SaveData Utility (minis) to [SaveData Utility(minis/PSP)].
Again, this update is optional, and can be downloaded by selecting System Update from the Setting column of the XMB.