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FckPSN 0.9c Arrives with Updated PSN Passphrase for CFW Users


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105w ago - Following up on the previous update and yesterday's PSN Passphrase leak, today Chinese PlayStation 3 hacker Luckystar has released an unofficial version of FckPSN 0.9c which allows PS3 Custom Firmware (CFW) users to access Sony's PlayStation Network once again.

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To quote, roughly translated: I believe we all know, tested on CEX and DEX 3.55 is feasible (working but with an 80023110 error). Program still finished before September 11 into PSN, the the camouflage version number 4.21 the camouflage host ID is all zeros.

The networking cheating curse you BAN Oh. BAN directly off the account + the host ID + MAC address.

How to use:

1. The program open permissions, etc. dev_blind (enter after twice choice, have opted for Yes), then run OpenPS3FTP.

2. Replace the PS3 within CA27.cer certificate, replace the original file to / dev_blind / data / cert / suggestions to replace the backup finished to restart PS3.

Computer running FckPSN. If an error to see if the computer takes 53,80,443 port. (Usually 53, if you have the machine running DNS service related procedures)

3. PS3 network settings will change the PC's IP DNS started if you do not know - run, enter cmd in window type ipconfig / all then view the local IP of the NIC

Enjoy ~

After installing OpenPS3FTP, location is inside the network. FTP username root password should be arbitrary. Not try google.

Windows Vista, 7 flash back trying to shut down the world wide web publishing service service restart and try.

Original vsh.self
0x6F8404-0x6F8443

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Decryption

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Shortly following, drizzt updated the official FckPSN application ([Register or Login to view links]) with the changelog and details below.

Downloads:


Changelog:

FckPSN v0.9: Add support for 4.21 spoofing

Installation:

1. Install dev_blind.pkg and OpenPS3FTP on your PS3 (using FTP, external USB or what else)
2. Launch dev_blind and make it mount the flash
3. Open OpenPS3FTP
4. Connect via FTP to PS3 (using username root and password openbox)
5. Go to /dev_blind/data/cert
6. Rename CA27.cer to CA27.cer.bak
7. Put my CA27.cer as /dev_blind/data/cert/CA27.cer
8. Set the PS3′s PRIMARY and SECONDARY DNS server to your PC's IP address
9. Reboot your PS3
10. Start FckPsn-v0.9.exe
11. Enjoy with PSN

Finally, from zecoxao: Now that you guys have PSN and can reactivate your accounts, I suggest you backup act.dat, along with ALL your respective rifs and raps AND ISO.BIN.EDATs. This is VERY important because it can be used as research for those who wish to play PSX/PS2/PSP backups in ISO format on their PS3, like Cobra.

For more details on how to do this, I suggest you take a look at Snowy and KDSBest tool for ISO.BIN.EDAT and look on the respective wiki page (ps3devwiki.com/wiki/Iso.bin.edat) for your respective psx npdrm keys.

At the moment, only that tool is available (I'm not sure if there are more), so take your chance.

PS: You can encrypt your psx npdrm files as free klicensee

PPS: Backup your npdrm purchase folders in total, it's better that way.

And here's the link for the tool: [Register or Login to view links]

Here's an example of a decrypted ISO.BIN.EDAT I legally purchased, ff7.

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I suggest (whilst this may sound a stupid idea now) that some user buys a PS2 classic / Mini / PSX classic, one of the cheapest, and takes a look at the contents of the folder of the game, and if the user finds ISO.BIN.EDAT, tries to decrypt it and if, successful, sends it here.

Here's my upload of minis. I can't decrypt them since there's no output using the tool, so it's up to you guys to figure it out.

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I'll post the PS2 Classic I purchased next when i have the time to upload 4GB




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saikmsm's Avatar
#426 - saikmsm - 101w ago
will this work on 3.41 jb ?

Shinretsu's Avatar
#425 - Shinretsu - 101w ago
Ok, I was trying to log onto the store but I can't seem to make it, I keep getting the message about downloading a new update, I have already changed both certificates, changed both dns on the ps3 and of course, running the program on the pc, any clues? I may be doing something wrong or I forgot something

Blade86's Avatar
#424 - Blade86 - 101w ago
look inside the .rb-file:

1) check that ver is set to 4.25 not 4.21 (line 36)
2) check passph is set to "zvc***" not "t2w***" (line 37/38)
3) check check consoleID is not only 00000 (line 193 +/-)
4) recopy the ca27 (948 Bytes) to dev_blind
5) restart ps3

jamstar95's Avatar
#423 - jamstar95 - 101w ago
Tried this but still getting PSN error 80710A06, I guess that my console's banned

Can anyone please prove me wrong ?

Blade86's Avatar
#422 - Blade86 - 101w ago
There is no proper fix for v1.23...

I first installed the 1.19-1.21 fix.
Then I extracted the 2 official patches & copied 1.23 over 1.22.
Then I copied all that over to dev_hdd0/game/BLxxxxxx
I get the 1.22 fix: I modified the 1.22fix-eboot from blus to bles & from 1.22 to 1.23
then I changed the param.sfo to 1.23
After all I copied the 4 files to ps3:
EBOOT.BIN (modified to 1.23)
PARAM.SFO (modified to 1.23)
default.self (from the 1.22fix) [Cannot modify it ]
default_mp.self (from the 1.22fix) [Cannot modify it ]
But it is playable online...

Cheers

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