57w ago - Following up on his previous releases, this weekend PlayStation 3 homebrew developer JjKkYu has updated his SCETool Script to PS3 TrueAncestor EBOOT Resigner v1.4 followed by v1.41 with the changes outlined below.
I renamed my resigner to 'TrueAncestor EBOOT Resigner'.
1. Re-make user interface and script.
2. Re-make scetool key file (appldr to 4.30/npdrm to 4.25).
3. Add 3.41 CFW support.
4. Add decrypt FSELF option.
5. Auto-load ContentID from npdrm EBOOT.
6. Fix 3.55/3.41 resign for some games.
Note: To resign self and ppu.self files you just need to rename them to EBOOT.BIN, use option 5/6 to fix them and then rename them back to their original name.
1. Add supporting resign 4.25 EBOOT to 4.21 in 4.XX options.
2. Fix 4.25 EBOOT resign to 3.55/3.41/DEX.
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Following up on the previous updates and SCETool Script, today PlayStation 3 developer Habib (aka smhabib) who recently released Habib CEX 4.50 V1.03 PS3 CFW unofficially updated PS3 SCETool to version 0.3.1 for Custom Firmware users with the changes below.
Download: http://turbobit.net/ygiyxfv1geuy.html / https://github.com/zecoxao/scetool/archive/master.zip (with changes added) by zecoxao
To quote: Basically what it does is,it encrypts iso modules (needed for cfw creation!) with its respective indiv seeds of eid.now normal people can do amazing things.i first posted this on psx-scene but with not much details.SO HERE IT GOES WITH SRC!!!!
A short NOTE:the keys should be only edited with notepad++ to save its formating or you might get errors(latest keyset included!)
FOR N00BS: you can also use scetool --template spu_token_processor.self(original self) --sce-type=SELF --encrypt spu_token_processor.elf(modified elf) spu_token_processor.self(output modified self)
2. my friend anonymous dev
I SALUTE YOU BOTH!!!!!!!!!
1. Fixed makefile
2. Added indiv seed options for creaters of cfw or for some testers
From zecoxao: Here is the tool on github (github.com/zecoxao/scetool) with all the added "changes" (which was commenting one line and uncommenting two, bravo...)
And here's an example of the new features being used: pastebin.com/Cw6uPiaJ
scetool 0.2.9 (C) 2011-2013 by naehrwert
NP local license handling (C) 2012 by flatz
To quote: Now I'll give you example of a Fan Control Utility being ran with my kernel and not with any other 4.50 cfw.if you try you'll simply get an error showing bad temp reading and sys_sm_get_fan_policy error. Currently source code is a lot a mess but ill be sharing it too.