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I'll look at the SDK and see what I can do.
You haven't the faintest idea about cryptography, nor how the PS3 works. But you somehow think you're going to magically acquire the knowledge to implement a decryption algorithm that brute-forces AES-256 bit encryption?
Originally Posted by Kayot
Good luck to you. Fight the man.
Now that's ambitious!
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Those that make the above statement have no imagination.
Originally Posted by Access_Denied
And the circle is real or 1+1 always equals 2.... psh math is flawed, we used our imagination and own 'flawed' logic to create from two clay discs the size of quarters. You just have to think like the man to break the man.
Shutting down brain storming because he doesn't like the idea or that his narcissistic disorder can't think past his own road. Or telling someone that do can't do something, wait that kind of sounds like 'the man'
Start thinking yourself about what could be instead of what couldn't, stirring the positivity suppressing the negativity to create the possibilities, instead your just mad.
Too bad, I'm out on this conversation.
There's a difference between being creative and ambitious, and just being plain oblivious. Working my entire life to build a flying car would be ambition. Continuously driving normal cars off of cliffs in hopes of one of them flying is being oblivious.
Originally Posted by virtex
We (as humans) know how this encryption works, and know that it can't be solved the method that he wants to do it with. If anything, he should devote his time to studying cryptography, THEN use that knowledge to come up with a better form of attack.
This thread needs to be locked... Others have already successfully decrypted files using metldr, figuring out that is at least technically possible in the PS3's life time. Brute forcing on the other hand... Good luck with that.
I have not much time at the moment, but look at security:
Advanced Encryption Standard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are maybe better ways than Brute Forcing. In my opinion it is sick to brute force the encryption. It would be easier searching an exploit which can access the lv1 Memory and dump it.
I most liked the flying car example ^^.
Think inside the box, everyone else is too busy trying to think outside the box.
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It's a pie-in-the-sky idea, but it could work.
I'd donate a fair amount if time to it, I can't see how it would hurt.
You never know, someone could get lucky and get a key correct on the first attempt (possible, but insanely unlikely).
I'll admit I'm no crypto-expert, but I fail to see how attempting a brute force could be a bad thing. Worse case scenario is no one finds anything and time is wasted; best case opens the PS3 up to us for the conceivable future...
For me it's less about his method and about... how do you know if it worked?
haha isn't that pi-in-the-sky
Originally Posted by Mr.GoodFrag
Really? How does one know when a brute forced password works or is correct?
Originally Posted by Slynk
Really if you set this like a Seti/Folding@home environment, he's got a point. The fact that Bungie has logged as of Sept 20th 2000 man-years of Halo: Reach played online already. Thats 2000 years in 6 days.