Thanks to those giving it a shot and verifying it's working as it should.
As I said in the post, I hope the authors of the various backup managers incorporate this into their apps. The log files are the easiest way for Sony to track homebrew users (and thusly, "hacked" PS3s). They have other things they can check, too... (such as being logged into PSN when using an app with a homebrew AppId) but this at least gives everybody a fighting chance against Sony datamining their log database.
Sorry it's not signed for anything other than KMEAW... I haven't really dinked around with the package signing tools yet. Hopefully with the release of 3.56, some kind soul who has the npdrm keys (not Geohot, of course, but some anonymous hacker who also had the keys) will release them finally, particularly since not releasing them has done nothing to prevent piracy.
To be honest, given the lawsuit, and 3.56, even the most anti-piracy hacker in the scene should consider releasing "the rest of it" - all of the keys hacked since fail0verflow's presentation. There is a lot more out there than what we've seen.
Working hard on UberCFW, incorporating NTFS, sub-free NetFlix and Blockbuster, PSN cheat system with built-in swearbot and MAC-spoofing, Adding MKV, RAM and BIK movie support, and Xbox360 emu*.
*not really. Get a life, newbs...
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