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    Senior Member CodeKiller's Avatar
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    PS3 USB Keyboard LED Exploit and Source Code Released

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    We've seen the PS3 Exploit performed with an SX28, Atmega8 and Parallel/LPT1 Port, so here are some pics, a schematic and source code to run the PlayStation 3 exploit via USB Keyboard with an LED.

    Maybe some of you don't want to open the PS3 just because if you install the exploiter hardware, it would look ugly.

    Or just wanna hide/integrate, so it won't interfere, deattach,... etc if you have to move the "box". Even if neither, I think it looks better, work better if you install inside.

    So, how to do?
    Install a faux-keyboard to one of the usb and connect a wire to the "magic-point".

    - the schematic (final version)
    - the breadboard model (first probe.. one led differs)
    - the "internal usb" ---- DO NOT USE THIS PORT AFTER YOU INSTALLED THIS!
    - the usual attack point
    - pic about the installed device... covered in lot of electrical tape
    armed hw
    - pic after a successful exploit
    source codes for atmega and for ps3 (misnamed as pc.. sry)

    Some details:
    - as you can see, it uses a mere 12MHz crystal, yet also works (some times it kill the HID-manager, but often work)
    - the leds in the last two pics are inside, no hole needed as the external cover is more-or-less transparent, just align it to a hole

    Now how it's work?
    If the hw armed by kbd_led-sequence (you can send the appropriate code by the included programs) then if the scroll-lock led is lit, after a pre_delay, the hw will send pls_cnt number of pulse with pls_ms rate. All 3 parameter is programmable via led-sequences (prgs incuded). All values should be in range from 1 to 254. (my current setting are: pre_ms=100, pls_ms=25, pls_cnt=150)

    You can disarm also as in default, so it will not mess with the system and you can't activate it by accident.

    I tried to include an automatic led-switch code to xorhack code, but it was mostly ineffective. So the best bet is to push the scroll-lock in the keyboard.

    ps: the blaze ps2->vga adapter work with ps3 too - in game_os scrart/rgb 576p and 16:9 is the max (without YUV-RGB conversion), but in linux there is RGB 720p mode... and: if you installed the openssh-server, you can also connect to the ps3 with scp / winscp for file-transfer.

    PS3 USB Keyboard LED Exploit and Source Code Released

    PS3 USB Keyboard LED Exploit and Source Code Released

    PS3 USB Keyboard LED Exploit and Source Code Released

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    Shots are not so good but I think you achieved it. I believe that deserves the front page.

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    ow..sh.. in the schema the leds are in reverse polarity, sorry

    Here is the fixed schematic

    (nothing fatal, just won't turn on)

    Quote Originally Posted by SCE View Post
    Shots are not so good but I think you achieved it. I believe that deserves the front page.
    Well it's not new, not "great" stuff. Just a little more user friendly
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCE View Post
    Shots are not so good but I think you achieved it. I believe that deserves the front page.
    Agreed, +Rep to CodeKiller and I will move this to the Site News in a little while.

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    Excellent Job, I wish you the best of luck with your new discovery.

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    it doesn't ended well... i've tried some games, but all crashed. Then i swapped the wire, but now it doesn't even start (YLOD). Maybe i broke the smd component, which was suggested in xorloser's page.

    Can anybody help, what is that component (the blue thingy) and where to buy?

    (and of course that's not the whole story.. my pc's hdd is also dying )

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    Quote Originally Posted by CodeKiller View Post
    Can anybody help, what is that component (the blue thingy) and where to buy?
    It's a resistor, but the size would probably depend on the PS3 model... perhaps the 'ol soldering iron got too hot, eh?

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    good job bro. i like this cause, no need to open the console.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PS3 News View Post
    It's a resistor, but the size would probably depend on the PS3 model... perhaps the 'ol soldering iron got too hot, eh?
    Oh yeah, i have a pretty basic iron with not too much of control.

    Thanks, i measured the good ones, so if i'm right its value is 47ohm in my SEM-001 mobo.
    Now i will buy some more to spare...
    Quote Originally Posted by anju jaya View Post
    good job bro. i like this cause, no need to open the console.
    Unfortunately you still have to open, but after installed, you can hide it almost entirely.

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    good luck!

    Hope you fix it - GREAT infos too!

    BTW... you might want to invest in a more precise soldering iron though...

 

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