So here an tiny little update. I used elser1 BLES01329 EBOOT.BIN, because he provides us the original one + I got the Update.
Original EBOOT.BIN = 10.283.388 Bytes
Firmware Version needed : 3.72
Update EBOOT.BIN = 10.320.432 Bytes
Firmware Version needed : 3.60
When I try to extract the original EBOOT.BIN with fail0verflow unself tool, I get the message "self_decrypt_header failed". On the other side, when I try the same with the Update *.PKG, I get this one "invalid type: 00000008".
So both of them are higher versions than 3.55 (we got those key's). But I get other error codes while using it. Do they changed the whole algorithm in between 3.60 to 3.72 or why I get other error codes ?
Its not that big. About 1 quarter of the size of Oblivion. Or less? I'm not sure its been so long since I finished Oblivion.
A lot of games these days are so small I'm really surprised people pay full price for them. I pay a tiny price as I rent it and usually finish it in the first night or the 2nd.
Just about all games these days can be finished in 2 days easily. Skyrim is a 3-4 day which is great as its longer than most. Batman AC, Battlefield 3, MW3 all can be finished in 1 day.
Playing Saints Row The Third and Assassins Creed Revelations atm. SR3 is so funny, ACR isn't as good as the previous games and the controls suck. Wondering what I'll be playing next week as these 2 will be finished this weekend. BTW, When they are playable on the PS3 I reply them and this time I take my time and do the side missions and try to find everything. Thats why I still haven't finished GTA4.
Oh, and no, I don't sleep, I got a sleeping disorder. I had it before I started gaming so thats not the cause but gaming gets me through the nights.
Originally Posted by oVERSoLDiER
The original EBOOT.BIN is a normal application - while the Update *.PKG is an NPDRM application. I added an picture with the NPDRM info below, maybe you can check/found something out with it.
Thats normal. All PSN eboots are NPDRM where normal DVD eboots aren't. Well thats the way it use to be I think?
Thats why it's taken so long to decrypt PSN eboots and game eboots are easily decrypted.
Last edited by spunkybunny; 11-11-2011 at 12:13 PMReason: Automerged Doublepost