To quote, roughly translated from Spanish to English: "Well more information from the recent work done by the HadesTeam and Calimba, this time show photos of the connection and also how Windows shows the drive contents PlayStation 3.
JaicraB already returned from his vacation and is back operating on the computer to attack the reader.
As discussed, we work in parallel to exploit Other. We have access to BD reader as if it were one more unit of your PC.
EVEREST features as:
SONY PS-302R SYSTEM
Firmware Revision = 4151
Size = 8 MB buffer
Region Code = 1
Remaining User Changes = 0
Remaining Vendor Changes = 0
* Supported Disk Types
HD DVD-ROM = Not supported
HD DVD-R = Not supported
HD DVD-RW = Not supported
DVD-ROM = Read
Dual Layer DVD + R9 = Not supported
DVD + R = Not supported
DVD + RW = Not supported
Dual Layer DVD-R9 = Not supported
DVD-R = Read
DVD-RW = Read
DVD-RAM = Not supported
CD-ROM = Read
CD-R = Read
CD-RW = Read
Buffer Underrun Protection = Supported
C2 Error Pointers = Supported
CD + G = Not supported
CD-Text = Supported
Hybrid Disc = Supported
JustLink = Supported
LabelFlash = Supported
Layer-Jump Recording = Not supported
LightScribe = Not Supported
Mount Rainier = Supported
SMART = not supported
CSS = Supported
CPRM = Supported
AACS = Supported
VCPS = Not supported
BD CPS = Not Supported
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The problems with the drives range from anything from dead driveboards to dead lasers. Still its not worth it for me as I'm just the middleman in the deals. I'm selling them for a friend who has them. Over 100 of them, all 60GB PS3s.
Some will YLOD in the near future as all 60GB PS3s will but as long as I make money I don't really care.
Thats what a mod chip will do. Probably the way to go instead of custom firmware for the drive.
I'm not getting my hopes up, there's been a dump of the BDD firmware for a while, but its encrypted. So is the drive key and the 'boot flags'.
For this attack to work, they still need to un-encrypt the drive key and the FW. The boot flags I suppose could technically worked around, buy using a swap method.
But I'm not sure if Sony have implemented random boot flag checks in the games, instead of just on 1st load like on the PS2. If they did, then a game disk would be needed in the machine at all times, and then the FW (encrypted again!) would need to be programmed to load games off say a HD, and then any requests for the boot flags would be pointed to the game disk in the drive.
All theoretical. I could also be talking loads of tosh. lol