242w ago - Prepare yourself for complete and utter devastation - presenting a Dashhacks exclusive, from our very own talented Dashhacker - PS3 Remote Play: successfully reverse engineered, authentication system broken, and a portable API on the way.
What does this mean? Well for starters you'll soon be accessing your PS3 from just about anywhere - your PC, your iPhone, your whatchamacallit, and whatever other Internet-enabled device.
Stay tuned, for real.
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Yeah, it would be stupid, but possible. We won't get to homebrew if we don't try everything we can. Probably, we won't get nothing that can get us homebrew, possibly not even remote play, but hey, trying doesn't hurt
What I meant was it would be stupid on their part to use any key twice (for signing/verifying binaries for example). Especially if you can access it easily in a device such as PSP. Even more so when public key serves the purpose of decrypting signed binaries (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Public_key_signing.svg) - that would allow you to see (and disassemble and analyze and ...) PS3 binaries...
Well, they don't need to reside in the psp. (I don't know what i'm talking about) If the authentication is based on assimetric keys, psp only have the public one. so the private still remains on the ps3....