57w ago - Following up on all the recent PlayStation 3 Keys leaked, today French developers Kill3r and Winch03200 have made available a POC tool they call Kill3r's PS3 Keys Finder with details outlined below.
Many of you have questioned the ability of the tools to detect the correct pairs key / iv is why, following the leak of key appldr of these days, I release today bat files related keyset 0x13, 0x16, 0x19 and 0x1c for the 182 people who downloaded my PoC before the leak can realize this by themselves the proper functioning of this...
Your only option is entering the IP address of your PS3 and then starting the scan.
Note: You must have the PS3 FTP Server running before you start the program.
The program will scan the internal hard drive as well as ALL attached USB hard drives
When it finds a game it copies the PARAM.sfo file and the ICON0.txt file locally to your machine. When all games have been found it parses the PARAM.sfo, creates a txt file of the PARAM.sfo values named Title_ID.txt, renames the PARAM file to TitleID_Drive_PARAM.sfo and the ICON0 file to TitleID_Drive_ICON0.png.
The programs not perfect but most of the issue occur because the PS3 FTP server isn't stable. I still have to do quite a bit with error trapping, reading local drives...
212w ago - Last month we unveiled the Nintendo Wii WODE final design pictures and specifications alongside some Defcon1 demos, and today wodedev has made available (below) a WODE WiFi proof of concept demo video.
To quote from the video's caption: "Proof of Concept Demo, Wode playing Farcry ISO from a SAMBA share on a PC. PC and Wode are connected via a WiFi router."
Those interested can check it out below, and if you haven't seen it already the WODE Moon Trip demo video is further down.
It demonstrates the WODE playing multidisc GameCube games on the Nintendo Wii console. Enjoy!
296w ago - Today a new version of the Wii Linux Proof-of-Concept with read and write support for the front SD card slot has been released.
To quote: Thanks to the bits of information collected and made public by the wiibrew.org and libogc communities we have been able to write a block driver to use SD cards through the Nintendo Wii front SD card slot.
The driver provides read /write support and performance is fine (2.1 MB/s reads on my normal SD cards) compared to the classic SD card adapter driver. As in the last posts, we have released a new version of the wii-linux Proof of Concept to show our progress in the kernel side.