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  1. #71
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    is the second dump just the rest of lv2? or is it a proper dump

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    it's the second dump of lv0,lv1,lv2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TUHTA View Post
    Ok i reuploaded this archive!
    thanks, much appreciated

    are these dumps from the same machine? i'm doing a comparison via hex editor looking at the diffrences right now (even tho i'm cluless wtf i'm looking at).
    Last edited by korn16ftl3; 04-03-2010 at 10:13 AM

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    This is AMAZING!!! I hope that this will enable the creation of other OS on the slim, to encourage development and experimentation! (and more than 10gb hdd space)

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    It's really great to see the community all alive & pumped up

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    here is some thing interesting perhaps something that should be looked into?

    "A security patch was added to address security vulnerabilities that may occur when playing MP4 format video files."

    source: [Register or Login to view links]

    my only question is why tell us about a security vulnerability when thay know we're hot on there trail and thousands of people held off the update because of all the latest finds and dumps on there system...

    perhaps something like the Tiff exploit?

    if so if i recall corectly the tiff exploit allowed us to load games that were forcing us to update firmware something like this would be of major significance to those of us holding off on FW updates awaiting to see what happens in the scene.
    Last edited by korn16ftl3; 04-03-2010 at 10:45 AM

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    Nice, though I think for now it's just about opening those 50^50 doors

    Can anyone tell if this is of any signifigance for SLIM owners?

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    Quote Originally Posted by korn16ftl3 View Post
    "A security patch was added to address security vulnerabilities that may occur when playing MP4 format video files."
    They wouldn't mention it if it was a big deal. it's most likely a very pointless and harmless security problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by livpool View Post
    They wouldn't mention it if it was a big deal. it's most likely a very pointless and harmless security problem.
    i assumed as much like i said they know that many of us won't update would be nice to find something like the tiff exploit to load games without a FW update again if need be. if i woulda known about that exploit when i got my PS3 i woulda never updated peroid between that and being able to use a proxy to connect to PSN there was never no need for an FW update.
    Last edited by korn16ftl3; 04-03-2010 at 11:01 AM

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    Very good news indeed

    I quickly looked through the dump. Here is what I can tell - less than a first third of it actually has something to do with game os and after that is linux stuff.

    But I found some very interesting strings:

    VrEa2uUV3s2hTgLj
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    BDFvcv2vQ2mGvxsJ

    they both are 16 bytes long (128bit) and look like some keys to me - lower and upper case letters + numbers mixed together

    may be they are two halves of a key for a HMAC check?

    anyways - someone skilled and curious should check them very carefully

 

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