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PS3 CFW 4.XX+ F.A.R. (Full Auto Resigner) Script v0.5b is Released


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111w ago - Following up on my previous update, today I decided to take my PS3 Resigner Script even further and came up with something I'm very excited about - I present to you CFW 4.xx+ F.A.R. Script v0.5b (F.A.R. standing for "Full Auto Resigner" ^^).

Download: [Register or Login to view links]

Changes since previous Resigner Script:

  • Automatically unpacks, resigns, finds/adds "Content and Title ID" to package.conf and repacks .pkg files (Just drag and drop your .pkg file on the "CFW 4.xx+F.A.R. Script (Drag Here).bat")
  • Automatically detects if the input file is an EBOOT.BIN and is able resign DISC and NPDRM EBOOT.BIN's (Drag and drop the EBOOT.BIN on the .bat and select DISC or NPDRM at the prompt)
  • Automatically makes a .BAK (backup) of your original EBOOT in it's source folder.

Hope you enjoy it

For questions and bug reports don't hesitate to contact me.




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#45 - technodon - 118w ago
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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.

#44 - JOshISPoser - 118w ago
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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?

#43 - CJPC - 118w ago
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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!

#42 - JOshISPoser - 118w ago
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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.

#41 - xrayglasses - 118w ago
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You don't need a lv1 exploit, it can glitch HTAB..

 

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