Sorry for this noobish question, but is there anyone out here who can post a link with more basic information on PS3 NPDRM selfs?Sponsored Links
With the spreadsheet completely filled, I thought that every PS3 file can be decrypted. Furthermore, I though that fail0verflow told in their 27C3 presentation that they already hacked or know how to hack SELF files, and I thought that this is the same like PS3 NPDRM files.
Furthermore, I thought with the metldr keys released that everything on the PS3 can be reversed engineered easier than before as you are able to decrypt the firmware, the binaries etc.
However, I understand from the post here that Sony takes a random number (as they should have done with the metldr key etc.) for encrypting while geohot uses a static one so that homebrew signed with geohot´s tools can be identified.