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PS3 Disc Key Dumper, Klicensee Dumper and Data Dumper by Flat_z


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121w ago - Following up on the PS3 KLicense Brute-force Tool release, this weekend PlayStation 3 scene developer Flat_z has made available a PS3 Disc Key Dumper, Klicensee Dumper and corresponding Data Dumper with details outlined below.

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The klicensee_dumper should speed up the gathering of [Register or Login to view links]. One of dumpers is an alternative to klicensee bruteforcer which released before because some klicensee keys cannot be bruteforced. Klicensee is used to resign/decrypt/encrypt self/sprx/edat.

As for the other dumper (for a disc key), I'm writing a tool to decrypt/encrypt saves and resign them for your console if you want to use a save from another console. I will release a tool soon when it will be completed.

From the included ReadMe Files:

Disc Key Dumper

Requirements:

  • 3.55 CFW (e.g. Kmeaw)
  • MultiMAN or original dev_blind application and FTP client

1. Install `Data Dumper` (data_dumper.pkg) if you didn't installed it before. It is a homebrew application to dump a data from some LV2 memory to a file: /dev_hdd0/tmp/dumps.bin. A data which stored there is written by dumper loaders, e.g. by Disc Key Dumper.

2. Install `Disc Key Dumper Loader` (disc_key_dumper_loader.pkg). It stores a disc key if your game is not a PSN/SEN game.

3. Reboot a console to clear a data storage in LV2 memory.

4. Now you need to start `Disc Key Dumper Loader`, then start your game.

5. After exiting from the game you need to run `Data Dumper`, you will hear some beeps.

6. Then run any FTP client (e.g. builtin in MultiMAN) and download a dumped disc key from /dev_hdd0/tmp/dumps.bin.

Klicensee Dumper

A klicensee is specified by developer of the game. Usually it is stored in EBOOT.ELF and you can find it in a disassembler or by brute forcing a key along with a NPD header. But in some cases this key is not stored in a plaintext format and can be annoying to analyze a game's executable. That's why I had created this dumper.

Requirements:

  • 3.55 CFW (e.g. Kmeaw)
  • MultiMAN or original dev_blind application and FTP client

1. Install `Data Dumper` (data_dumper.pkg) if you didn't installed it before. It is a homebrew application to dump a data from some LV2 memory to a file: /dev_hdd0/tmp/dumps.bin. A data which stored there is written by dumper loaders, e.g. by Klicensee Dumper.

2. Install `Klicensee Dumper Loader` (klicensee_dumper_loader.pkg). It stores a file path to self/sprx/edat and a klicensee key if it is specified.

3. Now you need to replace original `libsysutil_np.sprx`. I use a dev_blind feature from MultiMAN, you can use any other way. Don't forget to backup original file.

4. Reboot a console to clear a data storage in LV2 memory.

5. Now you need to start `Klicensee Dumper Loader`, then start your game.

6. After exiting from the game you need to run `Data Dumper`, you will hear some beeps.

7. Then run any FTP client (e.g. builtin in MultiMAN) and download dumped klicensee keys from /dev_hdd0/tmp/dumps.bin.

8. Restore an original `libsysutil_np.sprx` using the same method as at step 3.

Data Dumper

Requirements:

  • 3.55 CFW (e.g. Kmeaw)
  • MultiMAN or original dev_blind application and FTP client

1. Install `Data Dumper` (data_dumper.pkg) if you didn't installed it before. It is a homebrew application to dump a data from some LV2 memory to a file: /dev_hdd0/tmp/dumps.bin

2. Every time you're want to dump a data from my applications (e.g. Klicensee Dumper) you're need to reboot a console to clear a data storage in LV2 memory.

3. Run a dumper loader, then start your game.

4. After exiting from the game you need to run `Data Dumper`, you will hear some beeps.

5. Then run any FTP client (e.g. builtin in MultiMAN) and download a dumped data from /dev_hdd0/tmp/dumps.bin.




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#12 - Foo - 121w ago
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It's Mateo

#11 - MateoGodlike - 121w ago
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KLicensee Dumper:

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MateoGodlike

#10 - justev - 121w ago
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Here's the files:

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#9 - StanSmith - 121w ago
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ALL of them. I can't get any of the files to download. There are too many popups and pages to open.

How about someone put them on a fileserver that actually has the files instead of links to other pages with more links.

#8 - Blade86 - 121w ago
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Can't be. There are sooo many mirrors.

Which one you can't find??

#7 - StanSmith - 121w ago
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Anyone got better links? I've opened up about 30 popups and new pages and still nowhere near downloading the files.

#6 - Blade86 - 121w ago
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Nice, thank you so much for sharing

So only DEX-MFW-3.55 (like rogeroV2) i think... Anyone knows if this needs peek&poke? probably

Perhaps Deank can change the syscalls? I mean, you are able to copy/paste files on DEX4.21OFW with MM (without peek&poke)

If someone manage it to run on DEX-OFW,... hmmmmmmm NICE

Cheers
Blade

#5 - niwakun - 121w ago
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really? if this can be executed on DEX, I cant say this is not useless anymore.

#4 - kalberto - 121w ago
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useless tools CAN NOT decrypt 4.xx

OMG, this is old !

#3 - kotnaphaha - 121w ago
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thank you. you'r the man!

 

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