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Video: NinJHax Exploit Released, Runs Unsigned Code on Nintendo 3DS

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4w ago - Following up on the Nintendo 3DS CFW and Cubic Ninja N3DS Exploit Game reveal, today Nintendo 3DS hacker Smealum released the NinJHax exploit (aka SSSpwn) which allows users to run unsigned code including a homebrew menu launcher on Nintendo 3DS portable consoles complete with a video demo below!

From the video's caption: This video showcases ninjhax, a brand new exploit just released to the public that lets any owner of the (surprisingly popular) game Cubic Ninja run unsigned code on their 3DS (new or old, XL or no, 2DS included) without the need for any extra hardware of any kind.

This launcher does not let users run pirated 3DS software.








To quote (via smealum.net/ninjhax/): What is ninjhax ?

ninjhax is a piece of software that allows you to run unsigned code on your 3DS. In practice, this means being able to run homebrew applications such as games, tools and emulators! To...
 

PS Vita Webkit Exploit Explained by Acez - PS Vita Level 1: Webkitties

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7w ago - Following up on the previous updates, today PlayStation Vita developer acez further explained the PlayStation Vita Webkit Exploit with details below.

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To quote via Wololo: This was kind of out of the blue: Developer acez just posted an article on his blog explaining all the details of the Webkit exploit that was recently revealed for the Vita, describing how he and a group of friends worked on a Webkit vulnerability on the Vita, and leveraged it to run native code. It has been explained to me that although this is the same vulnerability that Davee used for his work, the two groups worked completely separately on their exploits.

The read is extremely interesting, and I won’t pretend I’m able to summarize it in a way that would do it any justice, so I suggest you just read it.

A cynical summary for people like me who have been in the PSP hacking scene previously would be: “ha,...
 

PS4 System Software / Firmware Update 2.00 Out, Blocks Webkit Exploit

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8w ago - Following up on their previous update and announcement, today Sony officially released PS4 System Software / Firmware Update 2.00 which blocks the recent PS4 Webkit Exploit as predicted unfortunately.

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PS4 Webkit Exploit Confirmed to Run on PlayStation 4 Firmware 1.76

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8w ago - Following up on the PS Vita Native WebKit Exploit by Davee and CodeLion from a few days ago, today PlayStation 4 developers nas and proxima have announced that the Webkit Exploit is confirmed to run on PlayStation 4 Firmware 1.76 with details below.

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To quote: PS4 1.76 Webkit Exploit

Developers nas and proxima have extended the recently released Vita Webkit exploit, and made it compatible with the latest PS4 firmware, firwmare 1.76. (Update: Proxima actually clarified that although this is the same webkit exploit, it was developed in parallel to the Vita exploit, and not "based" on it)

Their proof of concept code provides several samples, including a module dumper and some tool to create more advanced ROP code.

I am not close to my PS4 right now and cannot confirm if the Proof of Concept actually works, but the code looks perfectly legit, the devs behind this have a great track of record, and it should be a matter...
 

PS Vita Native WebKit Exploit Released and Updated for Firmware 3.18

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9w ago - Following up on Sony's PS Vita 3.18 Firmware Update and the Z.H.P. Usermode Exploit, today a native PlayStation Vita exploit (via WebKit) for PS Vita System Software v2.60 has been released by Davee for which was since updated by BrianBTB / CodeLion for PS Vita Firmware v3.18 and PS Vita TV v3.20 with details below.

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To quote: Vita hack: Proof of concept code updated to support up to firmare 3.18, and credits

Earlier this week, Davee released a proof of concept Native exploit within Webkit for the Playstation Vita. The code would only work on firmware 2.60, but with the implicit promise that firmwares up to 3.18 included are vulnerable.

Given the fire that propagated through the scene within...
 
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