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PSGroove Payload Updated with PS3 LV2 Peek and Poke SysCalls


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211w ago - Update: tifozi1 has made available an updated PSGroove v1.1 (LV2 Peek and Poke SysCalls) USBTinymkii patched hex code now, tidusnake666 has shared PSGroove 1.1 for ATAVRXPLAIN users, farenheit has posted a hex code for ATAVRUSBRF01 hardware and an LED Fix, and evilsperm has made available an PSGroove v1.1 All Pack too!

Yesterday it was reported that a PSGroove update was incoming, and today it has arrived for PlayStation 3 users.

The PSGroove payload has now been updated with patches to add lv2 peek and poke syscalls along with an analysis of the payload.

This is great new indeed, as it will allow for proper memory dumps which in turn will enable much wider inspection of inner working of PS3.

Download: PSGroove v1.1

To quote from the notes: "A programmed dongle won't enumerate properly on a PC, so don't worry about that.

This branch has a modified payload that adds peek and poke syscalls to the lv2 kernel. A userspace application can use these syscalls to dump out the entire memory space of the kernel, or patch the kernel as it is running.

Unfortunately, because the free toolchain/sdk is not ready, we can't distribute an application to do the dumping, so you will have to make your own.

The lv2 kernel starts at 0x8000000000000000

Peek
•Syscall 6.
•r3 is a 64 bit address to read
•A 64 bit value will be returned in r3

Poke
•Syscall 7.
•r4 is a 64 bit value
•r3 is the address to write that value to

A userspace application can use these syscalls to dump out the entire memory space of the kernel, or patch the kernel as it is running.

Unfortunately, because the free toolchain/sdk is not ready, we can't distribute an application to do the dumping, so you will have to make your own.

The lv2 kernel starts at 0x8000000000000000 Peek Syscall 6. r3 is a 64 bit address to read. A 64 bit value will be returned in r3. Poke Syscall 7. r4 is a 64 bit value. r3 is the address to write that value to."



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#72 - Transient - 209w ago
Quote Originally Posted by DMagic1 View Post
Thanks. This is for the 12Mhz right?

Yup. I have the 12MHz board from DIYGadget and it works perfectly with it: diygadget.com/mini-usb-development-board-pic-18f2455.html

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#71 - DMagic1 - 209w ago
Quote Originally Posted by Transient View Post
See the file attached below.


Thanks. This is for the 12Mhz right?

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#70 - Transient - 209w ago
Quote Originally Posted by DMagic1 View Post
Can someone, or is there a compile for the PIC 18F2455?

See the file attached below.

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#69 - fl0nk - 209w ago
PSGroove 1.1 Patched OpenKubus Hexfile.

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#68 - eittocs - 209w ago
Quote Originally Posted by sekemc View Post
Just a heads up using the exploit running using a TI-84 on 60 GB launch PS3, causes the inability to not use any ps1/ps2 functions such as manage memory cards, or even to start a game as it doesn't appear on the XMB, until after the system is rebooted without executing the exploit. Not sure if the payload can be changed to still allow these?


Did you compile it for TI-84 plus or find it somewhere?

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