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PS3 LibMPEG Exploit Proof-of-Concept r1

Uploaded by PS3News - 03-22-2007 - Note: Download Button will appear below when video finishes!


By hacked2123/PS3News.com

Update:

Here is the new file, I reproduced the result with another file and worked on cleaning it up till I knew where things were going wrong. I hope this is useful.

And included is the image of the crucial points. The first is the mixing point between header and footer. The second is the very last byte before the the crash will not occur.


Original ReadMe:

Summary:

Very simply I had a .h264 encoded video file, and encapsulated
it through VLC with M2TS, and transferred it to the PS3; it
claims the file is "Corrupted Data". When selected the PS3
prompts the screen with "The data is corrupted."

Here's the good part, that same file, when selected after
entering a game (any game), will produce a completely black
screen, no info, no beep, no nothing and the controller circle
and other buttons won't work. (PS button works, but when the
system is turned off it sounds like its yelling @ you (the
beeps))

-hacked2123


Usage (tested on v1.10):

To use this, put the included "libmpeg.mpg" file in a /VIDEO
folder of your Jumpdrive or similar storage device.

Turn on the PS3, then go to Video, select your Jumpdrive, and
select the "Unsupported Data" file and launch it by pressing X.

If your PS3 is Firmware v1.10 or less (we tested v1.31+, and it
appears plugged/fixed in them) then you should receive a BLACK
SCREEN... and if your Jumpdrive has a light it may also go out.

Next, power off your PS3 by pressing and holding the button.
You will receive a series of green LED blinks (about 25 total)
and around blink #19 you will also receive a series of audio
BEEPS as well. Finally, your unit will shutdown to a red LED
and upon powering back on all will be back to normal.


Usage (tested on V1.11):

To use this, put the included "libmpeg.mpg" file in a /VIDEO
folder of your Jumpdrive or similar storage device.

Plug this device into your PS3 and load either a PS1, PS2, PS3,
or Bluray disk or a demo and then exit using the PS button.

Upon returning, go to Video, select your Jumpdrive, and select
the "Unsupported Data" file and launch it by pressing X.

If your PS3 is Firmware v1.11 or less (we tested v1.31+, and it
appears plugged/fixed in them) then you should receive a BLACK
SCREEN... and if your Jumpdrive has a light it may also go out.

Next, power off your PS3 by pressing and holding the button.
You will receive a series of green LED blinks (about 25 total)
and around blink #19 you will also receive a series of audio
BEEPS as well. Finally, your unit will shutdown to a red LED
and upon powering back on all will be back to normal.


The next step will be sorting how to inject code using this
method, followed by lovely PS3 homebrew and iSO Loaders of
course!


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