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OpenSCETool (OSCETool) v0.9.2 By SpacemanSpiff for PS3 is Released


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81w ago - Today PlayStation 3 homebrew developer spacemanspiff has released OpenSCETool (OSCETool) v0.9.2 which is an open-source clone of the original SCETool followed by the SCETool source code by naehrwert with details below.

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To quote: OpenSCETool is a clone of scetool under an open source license. SCETool was reverse engineered and analized to produce this program, and copied his behaivour.

OpenSCETool (OSCETool) Changelogs:

Version 0.9.2

  • Fixed rap/rif/idps/act.dat management. Now it works fine.

Version 0.9.1

  • Fixed a segfault decrypt some SELFs.
  • Added option -p to patch the sys_process_param when signing an ELF. This is the same as applying FixELF.exe before signing.
  • Added support to klics.txt. If the klicensee is not specified, it is looked up in the data/klics.txt automatically (only for decrypt).

Version 0.9.0

  • First commited version, compatible with SCETool 0.2.9.

Now GNU/Linux users can have a native tool too. If you want an SCETool replacement, remember to add this keys (this were in the code, you can find them in previous revisions of the code, or in flatz's rif/raf tools:

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From mind: Seems the keys are:

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SCETool Changelog: History:

Version 0.2.9

  • Plaintext sections will now take less space in metadata header keys array.
  • Added option to specifiy a template SELF to take configuration values from.
  • Added option to override the keyset used for en-/decryption.
  • Fixed NP application types.
  • [Firmware Version] will now be written to control info only.
  • [Application Version] will now be written to application info only.

Version 0.2.8 (intermediate release):

  • Fixed minor bugs where scetool would crash.
  • Added SPP parsing.
  • Decrypting RVK/SPP will now write header+data to file.

Version 0.2.7:

  • Added local NP license handling.
  • Added option to override klicensee.
  • Added option to disable section skipping (in SELF generation).

Version 0.2.5:

  • Added option to use provided metadata info for decryption.
  • "PS3" path environment variable will now be searched for keys/ldr_curves/vsh_curves too.

Version 0.2.4:

  • Added option to display raw values.
  • Moved factory Auth-IDs to (as they are on ps3devwiki now).

Version 0.2.2:

  • Added options to override control/capability flags (32 bytes each).
  • Fixed where a false keyset would crash scetool when decrypting a file.
  • Some source level changes and optimizations.

Version 0.2.1:

  • zlib is required to use scetool.
  • 'sdk_type' was changed to 'revision' in data/keys.

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Tidusnake666's Avatar
#46 - Tidusnake666 - 114w ago
stack overflow... so 199X-th.... but still works!! Haha!

I still prefer to use 0xFACEBOOC instead of 0xABADCAFE lol

technodon's Avatar
#45 - technodon - 114w ago
basically a payload like the one used in the 3.41 jailbreak (hermes) is loaded into stack overflow when the ps3 tries to read this the payload is loaded into memory and you get unsigned code execution. but the problem is that ps3 is using the stack and it copies something to it instead of reading first.

so the payload which has been loaded there is being over written before it has been read and is deleted so if you could somehow make the ps3 read from stack or load the payload just before the stack gets read the payload would be loaded and you have a new jailbreak.

JOshISPoser's Avatar
#44 - JOshISPoser - 114w ago
i'm understanding it a bit more. the higher the lvl, the more security breaches needed because it'll allow it to be more open?

CJPC's Avatar
#43 - CJPC - 114w ago
Generally, assuming that there is already a user mode exploit (think an exploit in a game), using this exploit will allow you to elevate permission to kernel level. The simplest way to think about it is the PSP exploits, and how multiple exploits were needed. Generally, of course!

JOshISPoser's Avatar
#42 - JOshISPoser - 114w ago
if that was to me, it doesn't make sense.

eh, whatever. i know it's not exactly for me, i was just wondering the possibilities but i'm guessing it's not something easily explained in a sentence or two in laymen terms.

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