- Following up on the recent PS4 Factory Service Mode
and PS4 Jailbreak
rumors, today German PlayStation 4 hacker SKFU
Tweeted that an alleged PS4 vulnerability has been detected with hopes that an exploit has been found.
While there currently isn't much more than a single Tweet by SKFU
on this rumored PS4 vulnerability, according to him testing is indeed underway. We will update this article if/when new information surfaces, and below is the actual Tweet for those interested:
PS4 vulnerability detected... executing test protocol...
Finally, below are some PS4 Bugs & Vulnerabilities
(via psdevwiki.com/ps4/Bugs_&_Vulnerabilities), as follows:
Vidnow (TCP Buffer Overflow)
When you launch Vidnow for the first time it gets http://sceecatalogs.vidzone.tv/386/vidzone_386_US.db.psarc. This file is 5mb. This file loads into a 60k tcp buffer. No checks are done at all on the files size/hash/contents.
Therefore, it is possible to redirect Vidnow to...