PS3 SCETool v0.2.7 by Naehrwert Updated, Adds Local NP License


102w ago - Following up on his previous release, today PlayStation 3 developer naehrwert (with flat_z's help) has updated PS3 SCETool v0.2.7 which adds local NP license handling among the changes outlined below.

Download: PS3 SCETool v0.2.7 / ZLib1.dll File (Required) / PS3 SCETool GUI / PS3 SCETool v0.2.7 (Full) / PS3 SCETool Scripts

scetool 0.2.7 [public build] (C) 2011-2012 by naehrwert
NP local license handling (C) 2012 by flatz

Setup:

  • /data/keys : Keyfile.
  • /data/ldr_curves : Loader curves (7744 bytes).
  • /data/vsh_curves : VSH curves (360 bytes).
  • /data/idps : IDPS as binary file
  • /data/act.dat : act.dat
  • /rifs/* : *.rif files
  • /raps/* : *.rap files

Keyfile format:

Keyset example:

NPDRM key(set) names:

  • [NP_tid]: Title ID OMAC1 key.
  • [NP_ci]: Control info OMAC1 key.
  • [NP_klic_free]: Free klicensee.
  • [NP_klic_key]: klicensee key.
  • [NP_idps_const]: IDPS constant.
  • [NP_rif_key]: rif key.
  • [NP_sig]: Footer signature ECDSA keyset.

Help text:

Version 0.2.7:

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

Regarding the PS3 SCETool Scripts (linked above): This is a nice little set of batch scripts that someone made to work along side SCETool.

Use the GETSELFINFO.bat to figure out what version your EBOOT (my copy of Resistance 3 was ver. 3.65) is which helped explain why some EBOOTs couldn't be modified. Don't forget to grab the Conent ID if you're changing the EBOOT from an update.

Finally, in related news keperfear has made a GUI for SCETool stating that you will need to have at least .Net 3.0 Framework installed to use it.




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JOshISPoser's Avatar
#43 - JOshISPoser - 83w 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?

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#42 - CJPC - 83w 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
#41 - JOshISPoser - 83w 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.

xrayglasses's Avatar
#40 - xrayglasses - 83w ago
You don't need a lv1 exploit, it can glitch HTAB..

JOshISPoser's Avatar
#39 - JOshISPoser - 83w ago
what does all that mean?













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