This is just a rough version and the process for end users will be a lot simpler.
Step 1: Go to libusb and download and install the lib USB driver.
Step 2: Paste this link into your browser and download Updater: HERE
Step 3: Unzip the file and run the program updater.exe
Step 4: Plug in your PSJailBreak USB unit and click the My Serial Number Button on the top left of the window.
Once this is done you will have to email us back your serial number from the same email account we sent you our email.
We will then generate the files for each individual serial number and email you back the file to update your USB unit.
Please remember that for end users, the lib USB driver will already be built in to the updater program and users updating files will automatically be generated after clicking the My Serial Number Button, so the process will be very simple.
Please get back to us asap with your individual serial numbers.
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You're a bit mixed up here ... Sony removed mainly support for UNLICENSED 3rd party controllers - not ALL USB devices as clearly USB Flash drives or hard drive and so on still works and indeed it blocked the exploit in it's current state.
Then if it is their work, what are we talking about? A team has found an exploit in the USB module of the PS3 and is now selling it worldwide. Ok. That exploit is the same used by Sony (therefore, not an exploit, but a backdoor) in repair centers. Huh?... Strange.
I'm not bashing or anything like, I'm just trying to understand who did what with what (or whose...) hardware. I'm pretty sure I heard on this very site that they got their hands on Sony's jig and then reversed the method, but as I have no thread to link to, I can accept (and agree ^^ ) that I am wrong.
Don't give the PSJailbreak team too much credit. It's Sony's Jig module and Geohot's linux exploit that led to this hack. I give them credit for being the first to do it, but I have no doubt that it would have happened anyway.