22:38:35] << sure thnig, btw, check the thread
[22:38:42] << looks like bootldr is our target
[22:41:32] >> yup
[22:42:08] >> meaning...we need to physically inject the code either in the NAND/NOR or SYSCON
[22:42:32] << i'm willing to bet it's syscon, but i have no knowledge to back that up
[22:42:37] << just a gut feeling
[22:44:56] >> i would say syscon since it's what directly communicates with the southbridge, rsx, and cell. and after reading some more on it, it has a disabled jtag port... curious
[22:46:13] << is the port still there on the board?
[22:46:32] >> it's there, just disabled
[22:46:41] << curious indeed
[22:47:05] << you know, jtag was what ended up giving full system access to the 360
[22:47:14] << maybe you're onto something
[22:49:08] >> So, using the private keys to get the public keys?
[22:49:40] >> now with the syscon "There is external access by JTAG (Which appears to have been disabled after factory programming) and Serial"
[22:50:01] >> I'm just assuming it's been disabled via software
[22:50:16] << hmm, no readings out of it then?
[22:50:40] << they could've programmed the jtag on a hypervisor switch
[22:50:56] << which is triggered after initial boot or something
[22:51:02] << then they remove the jtag port
[22:51:13] << solder it up, w/e
[22:54:47] >> well, the jtag aread is still there, on the bottom of the board. the only problem is enabling it. if it IS programmed on a HV switch, then it should be able to get a hardware enabling per boot (in theory) and that'll be it because that's root access. But can't your algorithm also enable it, in some strange way?
[22:54:52] >> area*
[22:55:07] >> its physically on the syscon
[22:55:55] << okay, well what this algorithm would do is look for the lag gaps, then lattice through them at the same time with exponential equations
[22:56:00] << it would act kinda like a net
[22:56:28] << we should be able to see inside while it's open and read the private key
[22:56:40] << make no mistake, this is hacking and not just the ps3
[22:56:48] << this is the whole AES-256 standard