1. Private keys can not be calculated for any firmware> = 3.56, and are NOT in any site, which for some are private (only the Sony has, and if we make a mistake it was thanks to them which they applied the algorithm So encryption of data and a few mathematical operations could calculate the private keys).
2. IF you can create a CFW 3.61, the only obstacle is to get the public keys, which can be drawn SI, with varying degrees of difficulty but you can. Each loader is encrypted with a private key and decrypted with the corresponding public key. But the lowest level loader in a FW is encrypted and decrypted with the root key, which is invariably because the root public key used to decrypt the loader is located in the metldr (obviously, the metldr will have to have the public key to decrypt the loader) and metldr NOT be updated in any way, so that...
For those curious, the PS3 video game (BCUS-98125) is 14.273 GB in size with a 2GB PS3 HDD install required and it contains no big files. The Infamous 2 PlayStation 3 EBOOT.BIN file is from a Debug update compiled with the PS3 3.60 SDK but not signed with any keys, so users can simply run it through EBOOTFix to sign it for PS3 CFW and JailBreak devices.
Currently it does not work without disc in drive, and below are some...
Added support for fewer PS3 models that didn't work with version 1.0
Added the Geohot/Wutangrza compatible package as requested by some users.
Rogero PS3 Buttons Layout Changer v1.0
This is a small application for the PlayStation(R)3 that can change the default Buttons Layout (Cross or Circle being the default Enter/Accept Button). It is useful for the JPN PS3 model owners to make "X"/Cross the Default [Enter/Accept] Button like the USA/EUR PS3 Models.
It is compatible with PS3 FW Version 3.41 & 3.55 only.
It checks for the PS3 FW version automatically and can detect it even if a spoof was applied.
Many errors checking routines are applied before changing any parameters.
I wrote it for my personal use, I do have a JPN PS3, and I thought of sharing it because it may help other users too who wants to change their JPN PS3 Buttons Layout in a simple/quick way.