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    Junior Member rumblpak's Avatar
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    Now were just waiting on the program where you drop a pup into it and it extracts it, applies all of the patches to it, compresses it and signs it. Now that I think about that, it shouldn't be too hard to write once more information comes out. No one would need to make a "custom firmware." Everyone would be able to, that's the beauty of what is about to become of this.

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    I don't like the idea of tons of CFWs! 3 CFWs would be enough..

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    Quote Originally Posted by rumblpak View Post
    Now were just waiting on the program where you drop a pup into it and it extracts it, applies all of the patches to it, compresses it and signs it. Now that I think about that, it shouldn't be too hard to write once more information comes out. No one would need to make a "custom firmware." Everyone would be able to, that's the beauty of what is about to become of this.
    What utter nonsense, what patches are going to be applied? shouldn't be too hard to write? what exactly are you basing this on.

    Everyone would be able to? Half the people jbing their ps3's have difficulty reading the compatibility list!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ihatecompvir View Post
    Now the only thing I wish for is a version of this tool that just decrypts. Some files in the FW don't actually contain Zlib data(I don't think) and so the program incorrectly tries to decompress the data when in reality it doesn't need to so it just crashes and nothing gets decrypted.
    Could you try the attached modified version, sir. Things changed:

    - Doesn't crash when run without arguments
    - 2nd argument (output file) is optional, _decrypted will be added to the filename if omitted
    - Writes the raw decrypted buffer when inflation fails

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    Quote Originally Posted by daGraveR View Post
    Could you try the attached modified version, sir. Things changed:

    - Doesn't crash when run without arguments
    - 2nd argument (output file) is optional, _decrypted will be added to the filename if omitted
    - Writes the raw decrypted buffer when inflation fails
    + Rep Nice job although you have a small typo the length of the non inflated buffer is
    Code:
    pkg_size-pkg_start

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    I just get errors when I try to compile...

    This is probably because I'm trying to compile in MinGW for Windows. It shouldn't make a difference, I have everything set up correctly...

    It isn't because of your new file, I get the same exact errors if I try to compile the original dePKG.
    Last edited by Ihatecompvir; 12-31-2010 at 02:39 PM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ihatecompvir View Post
    I just get errors when I try to compile...

    This is probably because I'm trying to compile in MinGW for Windows. It shouldn't make a difference, I have everything set up correctly...

    It isn't because of your new file, I get the same exact errors if I try to compile the original dePKG.
    If anyone cannot compile the program (under Cygwin) just add the link the correct library
    Code:
    gcc depkg.c -lz -lcrypto -o depkg

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    Quote Originally Posted by farenheit View Post
    This looks interesting:
    Code:
    A9 78 18 BD 19 3A 67 A1 6F E8 3A 85 5E 1B E9 FB
    56 40 93 8D 4D BC B2 CB 52 C5 A2 F8 B0 2B 10 31
    ...

    And a initializing vector of:

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    4A CE F0 12 24 FB EE DF 82 45 F8 FF 10 21 1E 6E
    What's interesting? Pls tell us

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    It's just the keys extracted from the source of the program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xaxaxe View Post
    + Rep Nice job although you have a small typo the length of the non inflated buffer is
    Code:
    pkg_size-pkg_start
    Please explain because pkg_size is the size of the decrypted pkg, not the encrypted one. Can't see the error here, since 0x1000 = 4096:
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    read 0x1300 bytes of pkg
    pkg data @ 300 with size 1000
    not inflated, writing 4096 bytes

 

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