Of course I haven't lol. I don't deal in those kinds of things. I've hacked programs before (nVidia drivers, and removed protections from games that I own) but that's something different. I figure if I paid for an item and am being blocked from using it then hell ya I'm gonna do something about it. Especially when it comes to EAs stupid protections. I've had instances where I had multiple computer problems and my limit for reinstalling the game was up so I was blocked from doing so unless I got EAs permission? This was an instance where the very protections they implemented punished the paying customer....
I'm not saying that others haven't though ;). Remember the fiasco on the PlayStation networks? There are people out there that are a lot more capable than we'd give them credit for. It's quite scary when you think about it. Although it hasn't stopped me from conducting business online but I am always weary about it and try to be cautious.
Modifying drivers and games is actually extremely simple. Why? Because people have already done it, and all you need to do is follow instructions. As a matter of fact, I baked my graphics card last night because the cheap solder on it needed reflowing.
Yeah, DRM is a hot topic in the hacking community, however, I can see the reasoning behind it. PC gaming is infested with pirates, vs the console where it's significantly harder to gain access to a game you didn't pay for. The people that actually do the DRM removal from the executables spend many hours working on it, so it really isn't "easy". Just look at the jailbreak community.
As for playstation, there were serious flaws in their server security system, and hackers were able to take advantage of them. When they rebuilt the servers, things became significantly harder for the hackers. If Zuckerberg invests in constantly plugging holes in the security system, then there shouldn't be an issue.