Microsoft is looking to hire what appears to be a person with a solid background in hacking. In a job listing on Microsoft's site for a Service Engineer, the company describes their ideal candidate as someone who tends to "void the warranty on every device" they own, and make "devices do things never intended by the manufacturer." "We are looking for a Senior Service Engineer to help define the next generation of entertainment devices and services, and to help ensure our customers have the best possible experience, even when things go wrong. Well-qualified candidates have extensive experience in running web-based services, deconstructing interaction between client and servers (via a combination of logging, network traces, and so on); have a good understanding of C# and/or PowerShell, and excellent ability to communicate verbally and on paper." They do make references to the "next generation of entertainment," so it is probably safe to say that this is related Xbox 720 in some form. Or, this could just be a move by Microsoft to enhance its security for the Xbox 720. Piracy and hacks have become almost too easy to do on the Xbox 360, so it's easy to think Microsoft would want to recruit some fresh knowledge in this area.