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Question: Why is this showing the information from a 3.15 dump, posted 9 months ago?
Open up the old lv0lv1lv2_2.bin dump, search to offset 0x159080 and compare it to this....same basic data.
Also, if he opened up 3.50, why show 3.15 like he states "Here is a snippet from CORE_OS_PACKAGE.pkg 3.15:"
I don't know if anyone mentioned this before, but could Sony be using a similar encryption key as the one for bluray which was recently leaked.
Granted, the process would be the same, but there's another problem I have with this;
Originally Posted by JonahUK
he's showing that the file in question is being dumped from address 0, but showing a bunch of string identifiers at the top of the file.
The strings are stored at the bottom of an ELF/SELF.
If this is supposed to be showing that he grabbed some portion of a file and decrypted it started from just anywhere, then the bs alarm bells really go off.
You must decrypt a file starting at the beginning, else it will not work.
This doesn’t pass my muster test…
I hope he proves me wrong, in this case I'll be happy to eat crow, but he's not doing too good of a job at proving it just yet...
Just trying to raise some basic questions and hope he comes back with some clear answers.
graf_chokolo mentions the "key" that the FW keeps referring to in the LV0/LV1 dumps, I don't suppose he's referring to the '627CB1808AB938E32C8C091708726A5709E2586E4' mentioned a few months back...
Either way, this seems like a strange place to dicuss this, what with all of the OT posts about troll this and troll that.
Not sure what that is all about.
Have fun with this, and again, I hope graf_chokolo comes back and releases the key, if he has it.
No, the loaders only allow you to replace vsh & some config files. They don't allow you to replace the firmware at all (despite the names they use).
Originally Posted by hideki
Being able to decrypt them is a first step to finding an exploit for 3.50. Custom firmware will involve bypassing the signing checks, which may or may not be possible.
Originally Posted by yifanlu
Any more trolling or flaming and I'm just going to start banning people. This is your FIRST and ONLY warning.
Seems it's legit, since he now also posted a decrypted CORE_OS_PACKAGE.pkg from 3.42
November 15, 2010 at 6:59 am
CORE_OS_PACKAGE.pkg from 3.42 Firmware is now also decrypted :-)
And 1.10, the first firmware, also :-)
Here is a small snippet:
#1297704 - Pastie
Owner from: www.ps3scenefiles.com/files/