It would appear as though Sony's newely released PSPgo isn't as homebrew-proof as aformentioned.
Earlier today a video surfaced that revealed a working exploit, proof of concept that the PSPgo can be hacked. The hacker managed to get a previously found exploit working by using an unpatched game.
The hacker notes:
This was a known exploit that was abandoned because better prospects came along. I did not discover it; I just figured out how to make it work properly.
He also mentions because the exploit can be run in user-mode only there is no way to access flash, modify the XMB, or run pirated software, and none of those things will be happening anytime soon.
So, how will Sony handle the news? The company -- which has tried to come to terms with the homebrew community -- now has to find a way to prevent pirates from exploiting their latest handheld.