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Originally Posted by 8BITTS
On topic: This is a great release, that means that soon we can play psn enabled games.
Let us decrypt updates so we can reencrypt/sign and install them.
Originally Posted by Ps3FTW
We can now decrypt "t5mp_ps3f.self" and set the proper paths for CODBO...
I'll give a try, if anyone has experience, wanted 2 share with me, just PM me...
OK, who can actually decrypt npdrm???
Please explain how.
Originally Posted by Blade86
A good tutorial is needed.
A good tutorial wouldn't help most people use this. This is meant for devs. End users will have no use for this at the moment. Maybe some day soon the will lead to the NPDRM decryption keys & then the end users may have a win32 (windows) app that will decrypt PSN NPDRM eboots. In the mean time just leave this one alone & let the devs work there magic!
Thanks for your opinion.
Originally Posted by Lynn Lawson
I would like to know how this works in payload.
If you don't know, and I don't think you do, why discourage anyone from explaining it?
Alright..so i was just wondering with all these tools being released and all..and since all of them are for developers that know how to code or use these tools...how do they learn? do they just sit at the computer and learn it by them selves? did they take classes on easy java when they were little? you cant just learn how to use these tools naturally..how did they learn.. im planning to go into computer science. im only 15 but will i eventually understand whats going on with these tools? any answers would be appreciated. thank you
is more basic coding and then trial and error, theres classes for coding and all that stuff but mostly is learn by poking around and by hand down tutorials, ones u crack one u get the idea to crack the other so yeah chances are if u put ur mind into it ull b making all kinds of stuff urself, the best advise would be try new thing and poke around.
Originally Posted by kingkoopa
Btw great tool, cant wait to try it out