The Australian hacker known as SuperDaE has threatened to leak even more information about the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, along with code for upcoming games, later today if he is arrested.
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A hacker who was recently raided by Australian police was not raided on Microsoft's behalf, the company claims. The hacker says he was recently visited by Microsoft officials, however.
The man known as "SuperDaE" who has provided lots of alleged information about Microsoft's next Xbox console has now posted on Twitter that his home has been raided by the police and the FBI.