PS3 Hypervisor Dumped via Parallel/LPT1 Port with XorHack!


211w ago - Today JaicraB shared with the PlayStation 3 scene a PS3 Hypervisor 3.15 lv0/lv1 dumped via XorHack using a parallel / LPT1 port as a trigger alongside source code for the application used to send the pulse.

Shortly following, he redumped it possibly due to file corruption.

Download: PS3 Hypervisor 3.15 Dumped via Parallel/LPT1 Port with SRC / PS3 Hypervisor 3.15 Dumped via Parallel/LPT1 Port (ReDump)

To quote, roughly translated: Good. I've managed to make the Hyper Dump and BL. In the end I pulse generator echo PC using the search and the parallel port.

Software: (I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE for damage to the pileup, is a very simple, just polished. Q is unlikely to burn something, but also take into account q LPT1 port is very delicate. Good luck!)

Advisable to do so under MSDOS. Download the boot disk Windows 98, copy the executable and run it. No conecteis LPT1 port until q do not enter the program. The source was made with Turbo C + +.

The important thing is to share and not keep anything more if it is for the common good. Do not make bad use of my Mac and my PS3's own data

Any questions or suggestions are welcome in the comments. The next "chapter" eviscerate the dump. Until next time!





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Denbo44's Avatar
#25 - Denbo44 - 204w ago
And could I find the parts at, like, RadioShack?
Radio Shack has the 2N3904 transistor in stock. Catalog #: 276-2016 Cost 79 cents.

Link: http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2062609#

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#24 - CodeKiller - 204w ago
you can use even paper clip to connect to lpt-port (or alternatively i suggest to use old serial-port-header with the DB25 connector).. but come on, it so cheap, that even the money-transfer cost more money, than the components itself. But to be fair, the best way is to extract npn transistor with about the same spec (actually just the speed is important).

Just be very careful, as you can ruin your pc, ps3 or both!

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#23 - AnAngryTaco - 204w ago
I hear ya... most people who don't have a real credit card they can use will either use PayPal or buy a disposible pre-paid credit card, or one of those overpriced "gift" Visa credit cards that can be used anywhere.

I am sure you have already thought of this though...
Yeah, if I were to buy a prepaid card, I would be paying more, and at that point I would just take the parts off of old electronics... Would I be able to use an LTP port taken off an old computer or printer?

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#22 - PS3 News - 204w ago
I hear ya... most people who don't have a real credit card they can use will either use PayPal or buy a disposible pre-paid credit card, or one of those overpriced "gift" Visa credit cards that can be used anywhere.

I am sure you have already thought of this though...

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#21 - AnAngryTaco - 204w ago
I merged your post here, but to date nobody has been able to source 'RadioShack' parts to accomplish this so like most here you will probably be stuck ordering them online.

The good news is this will trigger the exploit the same as the more expensive methods, so you won't really be limited if you decide to go this route instead.

Ah, thanks.

The problem with ordering them online is, well, I do not have anyway to purchase products online. I have checked local, but I live in a pretty small area, and a programming shop is pretty low priority, and RadioShack is the only place that sells parts like that.

Oh well, I guess I will just wait for a softmod, assuming there ever will be one.













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