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    PS3 Square Button Blu-ray FileSystem Decryption help

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    Hi friends, I was just wondering if there is anyone on here who knows about the DECRYPTION CODES for the filesystem which are stored in the uncopyable area of the disc (the first 20 sectors which are protected)

    Also what information is held here, region codes, fw check, originality check?. Can anyone shed some light?


    PS: Not talking about movies but games!

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    Not too bothered about the fw!!, looking for information as to why the sectors are so 'special'

    and what information these sectors hold.

    Also does anyone know that when we use the rfom exploit, do we actually bypass these sectors or not?
    Last edited by HackITandC; 05-23-2007 at 06:50 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Quote Originally Posted by HackITandC View Post
    Not too bothered about the fw!!, looking for information as to why the sectors are so 'special'

    and what information these sectors hold.
    HackITandC,

    It currently seems unlikely that we can _extract_ these special sectors from the PS3's BD-ROM drive with
    1. the current firmware of the PS3
    2. the current firmware of the BD-ROM drive
    3. the current Hypervisor of the PS3
    The reason being, we need to be able to send very low level ATA commands, which the Hypervisor currently rejects and does NOT pass on to the drive itself. A discussion of this has happened on Bluray decryption forums, where more detail about this is shared (i.e., how certain commands can be sent with PLSCSI DOS program)

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    Thanks for the reply friend, guess i'll concentrate on some other options for now :-(

    The following Hypervisor function return statuses are defined:
    Status Code
    LV1_SUCCESS 0
    not used -1
    LV1_RESOURCE_SHORTAGE -2
    LV1_NO_PRIVILEGE -3
    LV1_DENIED_BY_POLICY -4
    LV1_ACCESS_VIOLATION -5
    LV1_NO_ENTRY -6
    LV1_DUPLICATE_ENTRY -7
    LV1_TYPE_MISMATCH -8
    LV1_BUSY -9
    LV1_EMPTY -10
    LV1_WRONG_STATE -11
    not used -12
    LV1_NO_MATCH -13
    LV1_ALREADY_CONNECTED -14
    LV1_UNSUPPORTED_PARAMETER_VALUE -15
    LV1_CONDITION_NOT_SATISFIED -16
    LV1_ILLEGAL_PARAMETER_VALUE -17
    LV1_BAD_OPTION -18
    LV1_IMPLEMENTATION_LIMITATION -19
    LV1_NOT_IMPLEMENTED -20
    LV1_INVALID_CLASS_ID -21
    LV1_CONSTRAINT_NOT_SATISFIED -22
    LV1_ALIGNMENT_ERROR -23
    LV1_INTERNAL_ERROR -32768

    From what i can gather the hypervisor normally returns the -3 command? but i have NO IDEA how to make it switch to level 0 (sucess)
    Last edited by HackITandC; 05-24-2007 at 07:12 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

 

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