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  1. #91
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    Yo know this sucks for me, bad.

    First I had to get rid of my PS3 because I needed cash, now my laptop is dead, and my server is failing too.

    I've been messing with this dump basically because I'd like to help
    but no PS3, I wish someone would send me one

    Can't even work on my SSL project - That's on my laptop and my server is RAID so I can't connect the HDD.

    However I'm finding a few "easter eggs" in this dump, one made me LOL pretty hard last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PS3 News View Post
    I suppose we can give it a try and see what happens... it's now linked on the main Forum page (pictured below) for better accessibility.
    Ok i have found some interesting things in dump:

    0x00500000 - Start of HTAB (key 0x1408F92C94401)
    0x00500008 - Real Addr of hypervisor _exploit @ 0x003B4000 (hypervisor_exploit_lv1_peek)
    0x00600000 - End of HTAB

    Hypervisor Exploit code:
    hypervisor_exploit_lv1_peek ->
    @0x003B4000
    E8 63 00 00 ld r3, 0(r3)
    4E 80 00 20 blr

    hypervisor_exploit_lv1_poke
    @0x003B4008
    F8 83 00 00 std r4, 0(r3)
    38 60 00 00 li r3, 0
    4E 80 00 20 blr

    I have added those informations on the wiki ps3hvdoc.

    Lot of other things to come soon ...

    It will be great to have also the dmesg output included with the dump because some address are related to it ...

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    Thats what I've found:
    00080018 gsboot: load_lv2: filename: %s \n
    00080040 gsboot: load_lv2: lpar_id: %d laid: %d \n
    and:
    00080118 SLL: auth_lv2 called\n
    00080130 SLL: auth_lv2 fail @%d \n
    000807D8 SL:auth_lv2 ret_value %d\n
    000828F0 security_policy_manager::initialize
    00082A30 ln security_policy_manager::register_rule:
    If thats useful tell me, I'll look for more!

    Is that RSX driver path?
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    so i found something interesting lvl2....

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    well i found more but it will be so long Message !

    Hope this will help and... can i add this on wiki page?

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    Question

    What about: 0012A2C0 /local_sys0/ps2emu/ps2_softemu.self

    Can you do something with this, can you run it, anything?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ju2ef View Post
    What about: 0012A2C0 /local_sys0/ps2emu/ps2_softemu.self

    Can you do something with this, can you run it, anything?
    This shows us where the ps2 emu is located and it could an indication that there's already a completely SW-based ps2 emu in the software, but disabled or enabled(?) (cfr. youtube-link of running ps2 on a 40g console).

    yes of course you can run it if you have access to the file.. decrypting and modifying is also possible with that...
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    added some more information to ps3hv wiki like i found place of lvl2_kernel.self

    well its preatty interesting most files like Linux OS

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    Quote Originally Posted by titanmkd View Post
    After some little research in the dump at @ from 0x0000 to 0x1800 there is the Vector Table/Exception Table:


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    First of all - nice catch! Could you tell me where you got the names of the vectors > 0x1000 from? Power ISA v2.03 (attached; page 412) states that 0x0000-0x0fff contains the interrupt vectors and that 0x1000-0x2fff is reserved for implementation-specific purposes.

    Apart from the ones you posted the ISA lists 0x0f00 as "Performance Monitor Interrupt" and 0x0f20 is named "Vector Unavailable Interrupt" there.
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    Hey Guys

    i found something very interesting with the Hex-Editor MX, so i'm german, the program too. i'm not a good coder and have began to learn hex and disassemblering but there was a info about the file and the date: 4.4.2009?!

    so look for yourself i think it says when the file was made, or i'm wrong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by koerdecke View Post
    there was a info about the file and the date: 4.4.2009?!
    Yea, that is just the date of the person's PC for the file... nothing of interest as obviously we know it's incorrect.

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