To quote: Finally I was able to find the time to port my dumpers on 4.21 CFW. There were some problems while porting from 3.55 to 4.xx and hopefully all of them were fixed.
These dumpers are not required to work with previous tool called Data Ddumper because they just write all data directly to the corresponding file on /dev_hdd0/tmp. All dumpers were tested on 4.21 REX and should works fine if you do the process correctly.
You have to use pfdtool to decrypt PAYLOAD of your Dishonored Save.
Enter the Stuff the SaveGame wants to know.
Play till you got at least 1 rune to be save.
Backup the savegame it uses a heuristic method since the positions of coins and runes are not fixed. It will warn you if it came to trouble and it backups your old PAYLOAD file.
If no warning comes (even sometimes if one comes) you should have more coins, runes and 65000 of most of the bullet types.
At the end you have to encrypt the PAYLOAD file with pfdtool again.
To the SaveGame it uses some strange modified zip algorithm to zip and unzip the save.
XB36Harzard uses offzip and packzip to manage the zip algo for him. So do I! I just ported his stuff and modified it and wrote it in C#... VB really sucks. Have fun, KDSBest
PS: If autosaves save failing press circle to cancel and normal. That works for me!
Here is FFXIII-2. I resigned a save, successfully copied, and loaded it. I don't know if it works on the US version but someone can test it. Add the following to your games.conf. I used the 3.55 version and keam to dump it from memory. Loaded it on another console with the latest Rogero.
The Disc Key dumper dumps the disc hash key (of the disc in your BD drive, pretty sure they're not stored in backups) , which is something that could be used for save decryption but the ps3 doesn't utilize/check it.
The Secure File ID Dumper dumps the Secure File ID key which is the main thing you need for save decrypt/encrypting. It doesn't seem to work with some games (dark souls is still being a pain)
Klicensee dumper, of course, dumps the klicensee. It's mostly only used for decrypting the EBOOT.BIN or SELFs or SPRXs.
Basically though if you don't already know those terms, you don't need to worry about it.
is there a list of games that Flat_z's Secure File ID Dumper can't work?
so it's been half a year since Flat_z's Secure File ID Dumper came out, from search I learned there are some games that this program doesn't work, like dark souls or some games that use double encryption and stuff.
problem is I can't find a concrete list of games that this program can't work on. it's hard to decide whether it's worth running personal test on the games not in the database yet if someone else already knows that it'd be a waste of time.