81w ago - Following up on the previous PS3 EDAT File Name Restorer utility, today PlayStation 3 homebrew developers Snowydew and KDSBest have made available some PS3 EDAT NPDRM Decryption / Re-Encryption Tools.
113w ago - Following up on the previous PSN game decryption news, today mallory has made available the PS3Tools NPDRM source code for reactivating PSN content followed by a brief guide from the included ReadMe file below for PS3 Custom Firmware users.
151w ago - Update: PS3 hacker Graf_Chokolo has now shared news of a PlayStation 3 GameOS Hypervisor exploit (quoted below) and released a NPDRM Decryption Payload (GIT) for developers while JU57FL1P has decrypted an NCIS Eboot.
PlayStation 3 developers were previously unable to decrypt NPDRM EBOOT.BIN's (like those in PKG files) as the PS3's NPDRM encryption differed, but today Graf_Chokolo has figured out how to use appldr to decrypt NPDRM encrypted data from Sonic 4.
For those who haven't been following, prior to this PS3 hacking update Graf_Chokolo was working on porting the LV1 Exploit to GameOS mode.
Graf_Chokolo said the following, to quote: "Dumped appldr arguments for NPDRM decryption on 3.41. I'm able now to decrypt NPDRMs with appldr on 3.41. Thanks to Jack for his support.