Originally Posted by oPolo
For now you are screwed, yes.
pre-FW3.60 PS3's, aka. the downgradeable ones, they are downgradeable due to the fact that they have the old hackable lv0 and metaloader.
Sony patched the security flaw by adding lv0.2 and metaloader.2, and those use a different keyset, than the one released today. the keyset released today is for the lv0, aka. for the old machines and not for the new.
However, this might either lure new developers to the scene - or - it might somehow help the hacking people in their hacking endavours in terms of hacking lv0.2. Although I think the only one that will now turn their eyes more intensely on the lv0.2 is the DRM people, as this is now the place in the PS3 scene they can earn money. At least for now, and unless they do like Cobra and develop/explores some new functions and develop their own firmware with those features for the already hacked platform.
But would the downgradable ps3's have to downgrade before being able to install the new CFW or would they just installt he CFW without downgrading first?