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PS4 Hacking: The State of Things Part II: Environment Analysis by SKFU

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4d ago - Following up on his previous update, today Sony PlayStation 4 hacker SKFU shared an update on PS4 hacking discussing the state of things Part II featuring Environment Analysis and more below.

To quote: Sadly there's no blueprint of the PS4's filesystem as far as I know, so how would we know where we want to go?

We need to collect as many information about the filesystem and it's environment as possible to even be able to determine our possible research targets and vulnerabilities.

For any PlayStation platform there are 3 good and legit ways to go for:

Way 1: Open Source Software & Open Documentation

Any Open Source Software used on the PlayStation4 is listed at [Register or Login to view links].
A quick look through them reveals that many licenses force SONY to distribute copies of the used software which for the PS4 are:

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  • Mono VM - "For request, please send e-mail to: pss_opensource_info AT scei.co.jp with "PS4 Mono LGPL Request" in the subject line. In the body of the e-mail...

 

PS4 Hacking: The State of Things Part I: TitleID's and More by SKFU

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1w ago - Following up on his previous update and recent PS4 game dumps, today Sony PlayStation 4 hacker SKFU shared an update on PS4 hacking discussing the state of things Part I featuring TitleID's and more below.

To quote: Yeah I'm still here! A lot of information was collected, analyzed and misused in the past months. I want to share an overview with you and I'll start with "Part I: TitleID's".

This post is not entirely about the PS4, it will include some information about the PSV as well.

Why are we interested in TitleID's?

Both the PS4 and the PSV use the known system of TitleID's to identify games and apps. Most of them are visible to you via either the Livearea on PSV or the menu of the PS4.

Some of them, on the other hand are only used as references for internal modules or similar and are therefore hidden. The most interesting ones are those which are linked with applications you shall not see and are just implemented for tests, were forgotten or exist for other unknown reasons. Do we want to find and start them? Yes,...
 

Video: PlayStation 4 / PS4 LCD Temperature Guide And Monitor Mod

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26w ago - Hi guys, I'm returning a short time after my first PS4 Fan Mod and I will show you how i did an excellent job mixing the LCD Monitor in the PlayStation 4 console below.

Things you will need:

1- A Brain!!!
2- Lots of hours
3- LCD Monitor: [Register or Login to view links]
4- Carbon sticker
5- Anything else you see in the high-res pictures
6- PS4 Temperatures Monitor in the video after Fan Mod





Looking for feedback!


 

Video: TN-V v8 eCFW for PS Vita by Total_Noob is Now Available

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28w ago - Following up on his previous updates, this weekend Sony PlayStation Vita hacker Total_Noob has released TN-V v8 eCFW for PS Vita alongside a video of it in action below.

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From Wololo: TN-V 8 release brings in-XMB FTP and other features on your Vita

PSP/PS Vita legend Total-Noob has just released his final update for TN-V. The new release is titled version TN-V8 and brings some great new features to the table, such as an integrated FTP service in the XMB.

This TN-V update has added two new features, and fixed two bugs. One of the things added is Coldbird’s Inferno Driver, and a NoDRM crash has fixed for firmwares below 1.80. Here is the complete TN-V8 changelog:

Changelog of TN-V8

  • Added Inferno Driver by Coldbird.
  • Added in-XMB FTP feature.
  • Fixed NoDRM crash in FW’s below 1.80.
  • Fixed bug where PSPFiler didn’t work without any plugins activated.

Have fun! Total_Noob

Private release exploit game leaked, get it while it’s hot! (Vita FW 3.01)
 

Thief CCAPI RTM (Real Time Modding) Tool for PS3 By Nercore Arrives

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29w ago - Today PlayStation 3 homebrew developer Nercore has released a Thief CCAPI (ControlConsole API) RTM (Real Time Modding) Tool for PS3 with details below.

Download: [Register or Login to view links]

Usage:

1. Download the attached files.
2. Requires CCAPI 2.00 to be installed on your PS3.
3. Unrar the files.
4. Launch Thief CCAPI.exe.
5. Press on the Connect Button and type in your PS3 IP and click ok.
6. Now press the associate Hotkey to Enable or Disable the Options.


 
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