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    Thumbs Up PS3 SelfTool v1.0 is Now Available!

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    To quote xorloser: I've finally gotten around to finishing my SelfTool for manipulating Self and Sprx files. Self files are like exe files for the PS3 and Sprx files are like dll files for the PS3.

    Among other things, SelfTool can be used to print out information stored in the file in a readable format to make studying them easier.

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    NOTE: This DOES NOT enable booting of copied games in any way. It also does not support decrypting or encrypting of self/sprx files. It is really only useful for those who are interested in looking a bit deeper at self/sprx files.


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    thanks for the tool xorloser !

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    Good to see positive work still being done with things so quiet. Great work xorloser.

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    what else can be done with this application besides printing ?

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    Great news, but does any of you guys know where to find the xextool mentioned in the text file included? I somehow think it is part of the $DK

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    How do self files on a PS3 game disc differ from a self file in a system update?

    I tested a few self files from firmware updates and the warhawk dev self and all I got was "access denied" so Im guessing there is a slight difference in the self file.

    Is that correct or am I doing something wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by internetfloozy View Post
    How do self files on a PS3 game disc differ from a self file in a system update?

    I tested a few self files from firmware updates and the warhawk dev self and all I got was "access denied" so Im guessing there is a slight difference in the self file.

    Is that correct or am I doing something wrong?
    Works fine here

    here is a self from 2.60 updat.pup

    Code:
    SelfTool v1.0  -  xorloser 2008-2009
    
    Info for C:\msys\1.0\home\Owner\2.60_ps3swu.self
    
    
    Secure File Info
      64bit
      ELF
      Application
      Retail
      Compressed
      Encrypted
      Program Version:   2.60.0
      Program Auth ID:   10700003_FD000001  (updater.self)
      Control Flags:     40 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00     (4000)
                         00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 
    
    Basefile Info
      Entry Point:         4D8818
      File Size:                0
      File Digest:       CA 99 F7 7E 8C E8 C4 06 B7 8F C1 FF 9C D3 57 0D 58 D5 9F E5 
    
    
    Program Segments
    
    Index      Address Range   PPU SPU RSX   Enc Comp  Type                       ELF File Locations
    
      0)    10000 -   4CF9B0   r-x --- ---   YES YES   LOAD                    |        0 -   1F7DBA   
      1)   4D0000 -   4FF9C4   rw- --- ---   YES YES   LOAD                    |   1F8410 -   20D21E   
      2) 10000000 - 10514200   r-- r-- ---   YES YES   LOAD                    |   20D860 -   476152   
      3) 10520000 - 10639CD0   rw- rw- ---   YES YES   LOAD                    |   481F60 -   53223F   
      4)        0 -        0   rw- rw- rw-   YES NO    LOAD                    |   532240 -   532240   
      5)   4FF9C0 -   4FF9C4   r-- --- ---   NO  NO    TLS                     | FFFFFFFFFFEF7F15 - FFFFFFFFFFEF7F19   
      6)   4CF990 -   4CF9B0   --- --- ---   NO  NO    LOOS+1                  | FFFFFFFFFFEC7EE5 - FFFFFFFFFFEC7F05   
    
    
    Program Sections
    
    Index      Address Range   Flags  Type        Name                            ELF File Locations
    
      0)        0 -        0          NULL                                     |        0 -        0   
      1)    101C8 -    101F4     ax   PROGBITS   .init                         |      1C8 -      1F4   
      2)    101F8 -   4CE08C     ax   PROGBITS   .text                         |      1F8 -   4BE08C   
      3)   4CE08C -   4CE0CC     ax   PROGBITS   .sceStub.text                 |   4BE08C -   4BE0CC   
      4)   4CE0CC -   4CE0F0     ax   PROGBITS   .fini                         |   4BE0CC -   4BE0F0   
      5)   4CE0F0 -   4CF98C      a   PROGBITS   .eh_frame                     |   4BE0F0 -   4BF98C   
      6)   4CF990 -   4CF9B0     wa   PROGBITS   .sys_proc_param               |   4BF990 -   4BF9B0   
      7)   4D0000 -   4D0178     wa   PROGBITS   .ctors                        |   4C0000 -   4C0178   
      8)   4D0178 -   4D027C     wa   PROGBITS   .dtors                        |   4C0178 -   4C027C   
      9)   4D027C -   4D0280     wa   PROGBITS   .jcr                          |   4C027C -   4C0280   
     10)   4D0280 -   4D4F4C     wa   PROGBITS   .data.rel.ro                  |   4C0280 -   4C4F4C   
     11)   4D4F50 -   4D8804     wa   PROGBITS   .toc1                         |   4C4F50 -   4C8804   
     12)   4D8808 -   4F5920     wa   PROGBITS   .opd                          |   4C8808 -   4E5920   
     13)   4F5920 -   4FF9C0     wa   PROGBITS   .got                          |   4E5920 -   4EF9C0   
     14)   4FF9C0 -   4FF9C4    wat   PROGBITS   .tdata                        |   4EF9C0 -   4EF9C4   
     15)   4FF9C8 -   4FFB78    wat   NOBITS     .tbss                         |   4EF9C4 -   4EFB74   
     16) 10000000 - 100B5E08      a   PROGBITS   .rodata                       |   4F0000 -   5A5E08   
     17) 100B5E08 - 100B5E30      a   PROGBITS   .sys_proc_prx_param           |   5A5E08 -   5A5E30   
     18) 100B5E30 - 100B5E34      a   PROGBITS   .lib.stub.top                 |   5A5E30 -   5A5E34   
     19) 100B5E34 - 100B5E38      a   PROGBITS   .lib.stub.btm                 |   5A5E34 -   5A5E38   
     20) 100B5E38 - 100B5E3C      a   PROGBITS   .lib.ent.top                  |   5A5E38 -   5A5E3C   
     21) 100B5E3C - 100B5E40      a   PROGBITS   .lib.ent.btm                  |   5A5E3C -   5A5E40   
     22) 100B5E40 - 100B5E6C      a   PROGBITS   .lib.stub                     |   5A5E40 -   5A5E6C   
     23) 100B5E6C - 100B5E88      a   PROGBITS   .lib.ent                      |   5A5E6C -   5A5E88   
     24) 100B5F00 - 10514200     wa   PROGBITS   .branch_lt                    |   5A5F00 -   A04200   
     25) 10520000 - 10639CCC     wa   PROGBITS   .data                         |   A10000 -   B29CCC   
     26) 10639CD0 - 10639CD0     wa   PROGBITS   .branch_lt                    |   B29CD0 -   B29CD0   
     27) 10639CD0 - 10639CD0     wa   NOBITS     ?????                         |        0 -        0   
     28) 10639CD0 - 10669C98     wa   NOBITS     ????                          |   B29CD0 -   B59C98   
     29)        0 -     B6DA          PROGBITS   .comment                      |   B29CD0 -   B353AA   
     30)        0 -       28          PROGBITS   ????????????????????          |   B353AC -   B353D4   
     31)        0 -      126          STRTAB     .shstrtab                     |   B353D4 -   B354FA

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    Quote Originally Posted by xaxaxe View Post
    Great news, but does any of you guys know where to find the xextool mentioned in the text file included? I somehow think it is part of the $DK
    He updated his page to a blog-style, so the old link ([Register or Login to view links]) is dead atm but if you check the Google cache ([Register or Login to view links]) you will see the following about it:
    Removed on request from Microsoft.
    See here for the archived files: http://www.ps3news.com/forums/xbox-3...sed-94572.html

    For those curious, this is simply the 'PS3 version' of the XexTool, which should handle all aspects of a SELF file.

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    Nice work

    I am new to the PS3 world having only MODing/hacking 360. I can't wait to use this tool for good only of course.

 

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