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O2 Cracks DNAS! –
Seems like with the help of Mr.X(Hermes) The origa team has released a new firmware that will defeat DNAS! Heres a quick quote from their page :
you can download it from their main news page located Here
Many tnx to Mr.X for its GREAT work!!
Today we release the real Dual Layer Patch and..... DNAS PATCH!!!
Yes, now you can safe your original disk and play with your personal backup of DVD9 and also ON-LINE!!
Also is possible a quick PAL60 video fix (for ntsc games), pressing LEFT on power up.
thanks to Cr1s1s for the news.
so is the dnas patch only for o2 chips?
wow, that chip just went from nothing to somthing with that update .
sucks, O2 are only for pal at the moment , any idea if O2 will have one for NTSC
oh my dear lord...
i hope "mr x" doesn't get the shit kicked out of him by sony, then get sued
Whatever happened to anonymous pirate groups releasing illegal flashes for chips?
Could this be considered reverse engineering to undo DNAS like that? How could they even release this publicly?
they arent the first ones to tinker with dnas hacking and so it successfully however they are the first to publically release a hack for it. I gotta give them credit, they got guts.
Maybe, but they are still pure evil.
And i'll believe they got SOCOM II working when I see it. I don't think that game can be truly solved.
Well, one way it could work. The chip would have to ask you for your original disc once, and grab it's ID and insert it into the chips database, and then intercept DNAS read functions and return the ID matching your game, i n the same way it intercepts a boot prot check. This is not a problem for legitimate backup users, just like the DNAS patch (before sony defeated it with integrity checking in socom ii)
But I still have NO sympathy for Hermes. He's got guts, thats for sure, but he's done downright evil stuff...
ill never argue that.
Originally Posted by _zaphod_
why do people consider this such a big illegal step? isnt this basically the same as making a backup with dns enabled...(essentially)