Thanks for the info.
Is there any AES encryption tool for windows where you can set your own Initilization Vector? All tools I can find generates it randomly.
Maybe you can use OpenSSL with cygwin, but I don't know which AES encryption is needed (128 bit or 256 bit). I'm going to try with both.
AES256. You can figure it out by looking to length of the keys.
My ps3 is updated to original firmware 4.21... can i convert my ps3 without downgrade to 3.55?
I have a slim console of cech 2504A series... I'll wait your answers
Just tested it myself and can confirm:
For first 2 steps of encryption we use aes-256-cbc and for decrypting first EID0 Section we use aes-128-cbc.
This OpenSSL-Win32 command works perfect for me:
Code:openssl aes-256-cbc -e -in EID0_Key_Seed.txt -out EID0IV.txt -nosalt -K (my key) -iv (my IV) -p -nopad