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    Unity For PS4 And PS Vita Leaked

    By GregoryRasputin,
    Some naughty person has decided to leak Unity, which is a game engine for developing games.     Unity has been used to create many great games such as,  Fallout Shelter  I am Bread  Ori and the Blind Forest Digimon World: Next Order Firewatch I Am Setsuna  Pokémon Go Super Mario Run Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator Gwent: The Witcher Card Game Super Bomberman R Yooka-Laylee And many more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Unity_games   You can find the software here And the Keys here     Really there is no excuse for you developers not to create homebrew for the PS4.

    PlayStation Now to feature PlayStation 2 games!

    By ConsoleHax,
    PlayStation Now will add twelve PlayStation 2 games to it's library this month. The news is confirmed by Sony on the official PlayStation Blog. The games are: Dark Cloud, FantaVision, Rogue Galaxy, Dark Chronicle, Okay: Shadow King, Arc the Lad (Twilight of Spirits), Everybody's Tennis, Wild Arms 3, Kinetics, Ape Escape 2, Forbidden Siren and Primal. New trophies were also added to them.   We don't know yet if more PlayStation 2 games will be added to the streaming service. PlayStation Now is available on both PlayStation 4 and Windows computers, without the need to install a game locally. A minimum download speed of 5mb / s is necessary for optimal use.   Do you have a subscription on the service? Are you looking forward on streaming PlayStation 2 classics? Please let me know!   Source Via  

    [Released] CUSA Detector Beta v4

    By GregoryRasputin,
    KiiWii aka DefaultDNB has released "Cusa Detector", which will help you identify if your game is compatible with PS4 Firmware 4.55, he also needs your help to make it better, here is a quote from the source:       Download v2 via PlayStationSceneFiles Source    

    Mounting PS3 hdd on newer Linux kernels

    By sguerrini97,
    Hi there. Recently i wanted to mount my PS3 hdd on my linux PC and I had some headache trying to port glevand's dm-bswap16 to newer kernels.   Eventually I gave up with the kernel module and I started looking for something else, in the end I bumped into Network Block Devices. I forked nbdcpp from dsroche on github and I replicated the behavior of the glevand's kernel module by swapping bytes every 16 bit words.   Please keep in mind that this code has not been tested deeply, if you care about your data make a backup of your hard drive before using the tool.   Usefull informations (keys and fat/slim differences): http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps3/HDD_Encryption http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps3/Mounting_HDD_on_PC Edit: http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps3/Talk:HDD_Encryption (I just wrote some easy openssl commands to get the needed keys from your eid_root_key)   You can find my fork here: https://github.com/sguerrini97/nbdcpp git clone https://github.com/sguerrini97/nbdcpp cd nbdcpp make bswap16   To mount ps3 hdd (slim console, /dev/sdc is the ps3 hdd, run as root): ./makedev bswap16 /dev/sdc cryptsetup create -c aes-xts-plain64 -d ./hdd_key.bin -s 256 ps3hdd_crypt /dev/nbd0 kpartx -a /dev/mapper/ps3hdd_crypt mount -t ufs -o ufstype=ufs2,ro /dev/mapper/ps3hdd_crypt2 /mnt   To safely remove ps3 hdd (run as root): umount /mnt kpartx -d /dev/mapper/ps3hdd_crypt cryptsetup remove ps3hdd_crypt ./stop-nbd0   Video:   Edit: in case you need to mount vflash (slim console, run as root) cryptsetup create -c aes-xts-plain64 -d ./vflash_key.bin -s 256 -p 8 vflash_crypt /dev/mapper/ps3hdd_crypt1 kpartx -a /dev/mapper/vflash_crypt mount /dev/mapper/vflash_crypt2 /mnt/dev_flash mount /dev/mapper/vflash_crypt3 /mnt/dev_flash2 mount /dev/mapper/vflash_crypt4 /mnt/dev_flash3 # do your stuff ... umount /mnt/dev_hdd0 umount /mnt/dev_flash umount /mnt/dev_flash2 umount /mnt/dev_flash3 kpartx -d /dev/mapper/vflash_crypt cryptsetup remove vflash_crypt

    [Update] PS2 Classics GUI v1.0.0.10

    By TheDarkprogramer,
    Hey Guys    For those of you who do not follow me on twitter.   i have updated my PS2 Classics Gui to v1.0.0.10     this includes the new UI everyone was exited about and some major support for mutli iso's   if you have installed the base version as instructed here  https://github.com/xXxTheDarkprogramerxXx/PS3Tools/releases/tag/PS2.1.0   your application should ask you for an update when you start it from your desktop   Have fun     

    [Release] 4.55 64% symbols database script by picard

    By zecoxao,
    @3141card has given me permission to share this, as well. it is a RE script of 4.55 kernel by himself (the base being used here is the kernel's base without KASLR, 0xFFFFFFFF82200000, so rebase your own kernel in IDA before doing this.)
    Contains comments, defined globals, function symbols and other things. in a total of about 20000 functions, 12747 (64%) are defined. I didn't have luck using it with IDA 6.8 and below so i assume this only works with IDA 7.

    Enjoy added 2 minutes later link (forgot about it lol)

    [Release] LV1 and LV2 IDA databases by picard (4.46 rebug)

    By zecoxao,
    Since @3141card has  agreed to let these databases be released to the general public.
    Link: https://www.sendspace.com/file/5b9jw4
      Contains LV1 and LV2 memory dump databases with several comments, constructors, destructors, documented syscalls, etc.
    Extremely useful for emulation research and/or exploit research

    Nintendo Switch Gets Pwned (Tegra bootrom release)

    By zapptheman,
    HELLO EVERYONE!!! Today i come to you all with great news.    By now most of you already probably know, but if not, please have a read.    Recently over the past 48 hours, there has been an explosion of releases for the switch scene, i have a video detailing this below! If you would rather listen instead of read, please check that out, otherwise please read on!   First things first, it all began back in Oct 2017 when The Reswitched Team announced that they have successfully dumped the Nvidia Tegra's bootrom! Unfortuantely, there was nothing published to the public at the time, likely due to legal reasons and what not. This was the seed which would begin to sprout into the best exploit for all switch users and the it will write history for the switch scene. This promised the full control of the console at the earliest point in the boot process allowing it to occur before the system fully boots, similar to arm9 loaderhax for the 3DS!    Fast forward to 2018. From January all the way to April, there has been news of various hacker groups showing off their work and their own bootrom exploits. This was extremely promising for the switch scene, and hyped everyone up simply due to the fact that we could visually see progress among the various hacker groups, this included xecuter claiming they had a solution for switch hacking which would work on all firmware's. Not long after, failoverflow comes out stating they have a boot exploit and show it off with a short YouTube video, and once again, not long after this, we see team reswitched boasting that they also have boot exploit for the switch. This is great as now the scene can see that there is something in the works, and it will be the ultimate exploit/release for the scene. Of course, at the time, there was no promise of a release but this was confirmation that multiple groups had reached the tegra bootrom and found ways to exploit it to run their own code. It also seems that while there were 3 teams publicly showing their work, there were also other teams working behind the scenes in silence.    Not long after all this, around late February, ktemkin and reswitched, announced a release of their exploit, along with a cfw to leverage it. Failoverflow had begun showing off their port of linux working on the switch and all was looking great.   Fast forward another deal of time, now we are in April, about 48 hours ago (23/04/18) A dump of the Tegra bootrom was published anonymously on the web. This was nothing great for the end user directly as it was not something which was weaponized yet for them. On the contrary, this was great for hackers alike as it allowed them to have a poke around and begin looking for possible back doors, or bugs in the code, so they can mess around in an attempt to get a working exploit.   As a result of this leak, it triggered an explosion of follow up releases from various groups and hackers. for example, debugging scripts were shared to help debugging the bootrom with reverse engineering tools made available, and other things hackers use to revers engineer   Shortly after, another source shared details of the recovery mode exploit used by Fail0verflow, Reswitched and likely other teams. This caused Ktemkin to quickly release her work with a detailed writeup on the vulnerability, shortly followed by Fail0verflow, there is also a video of them commending Reswitched for their work. Reswitched exploit was supposed to be released on the 15th of june, but was obviously pushed forward due to the chain of events over the past few days. It also seems that Fail0verflow intended to release their work on the 25th of april.... right in the middle of all this that has recently happened... hmm makes you wonder who the anonymous sources may have been.   To Conclude, this shows that the exploits being leveraged are quite easy to use once implemented, and with the recent release of the Atmosphere CFW for the switch, it seems that the days of native homebrew for all switches has arrived, and will be coming to a switch near you shortly.    I would like to express that i strongly recommend waiting a bit before trying anything that has been recently released, as most of it is not completely finished work, and still may have bugs, so proceed with caution. I would also recommend heading into the shops to purchase a switch as soon as possible as Nintendo has begun releasing switched with revised hardware which will prevent the exploit from running as this is a hardware based exploit.   With that all being said, i hope you guys enjoyed this and you're all hyped up for the switch scene just like me!!!   Catch you guys next time, Peace!   Video        Image     

    New Capcom x Sega PlayStation Humble Bundle

    By GregoryRasputin,
    From now until the 8th of May you will be able to get an awesome deal via purchasing the Capcom x Sega PlayStation Humble Bundle, here are the games that you will be able to get:   In the pay what you want tier: Dead Rising (PlayStation 4)
    Survive a mall of the undead in the shoes of photojournalist Frank West, using anything and everything as a weapon. Race against the clock and search for the truth behind the zombie outbreak in this modern classic with improved graphics and framerate! Dustforce (PlayStation Vita)
    A puzzling platformer sure to flex both your fingers and your brain with intense dust-busting challenges. Crazy Taxi (PlayStation 3)
    Crazy Combo your way to Crazy Money in a wild frantic race to scare up the most fares. Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz (PlayStation Vita)
    Experience Super Monkey Ball as you’ve never seen it before! With local and Online Multi-player, custom level creation using the PlayStation Vita System Rear Camera, 8 Mini-games and over 100 unique challenges, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz takes the platforming / puzzle genre to new heights! In the beat the average tier: Resident Evil (PlayStation 4)
    Enter the doors to the infamous mansion once again with this remastered version of the critically acclaimed survival horror masterpiece. Mega Man Legacy Collection (PlayStation 4)
    Six 8-bit adventures await in this collection featuring the beloved Blue Bomber, Mega Man! Enjoy retro graphics with an HD finish and tons of unique challenges, complete with leaderboards. Resident Evil Code: Veronica X (PlayStation 4)
    The Resident Evil saga continues with fan favorite Claire Redfield trapped on a remote prison island. Join Claire as she survives the island’s horrors while discovering dark secrets about the Umbrella Corporation. Sonic Generations (PlayStation 3)
    Revisit some of the most iconic environments of the past 20 years, playing as Classic Sonic in re-imagined 2D side scrolling levels, and as Modern Sonic in all new, stunning 3D levels. Binary Domain (PlayStation 3)
    Created by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man behind some of Sega’s most well-known video game franchises including the critically acclaimed Yakuza series, Binary Domain puts players in the middle of a fast paced and intense battle for humanity in a robot-filled 2080 Tokyo. Alien Isolation (PlayStation 4)
    Discover the true meaning of fear in Alien: Isolation, a survival horror set in an atmosphere of constant dread and mortal danger. You’ll also get the following coupons: Resident Evil 7 Gold Edition (PlayStation 4) – 40% Off Dead Rising 4 Frank’s Big Package (PlayStation 4) – 50% Off Valkyria Revolution (PlayStation 4) – 40% Off Yakuza 0 (PlayStation 4) – 50% Off And if you pay $15 or more: Dead Rising 2 (PlayStation 4)
    Set years after the original Dead Rising, join Chuck Greene in Fortune City as he seeks to survive a new zombie outbreak while ensuring the safety of his daughter and seeking the truth of what caused the outbreak to begin with. Valkyria Chronicles Remastered (PlayStation 4)
    Now with brand new trophies and all the previously released DLC pre-loaded, take advantage of the visually distinctive classic in 60 FPS!     This is for North American PSN accounts, but they are easy enough to create. Source Grab the games here when they go live: Humble Bundle        

    [Tutorial] Play NES and Master System Games on your PS4

    By zapptheman,
    Welcome back guys.   Today we will be using the emulators released by @m0rph3us1987 to run NES and Master System Games on your PS4.    As this is native homebrew, it is quite simple and easy to achieve. I have a short video below showing you guys, and as usual, i have the written tut below the video  happy nostalgia guys!   Video   Written Tut:   Step 1: Download these files NES and Sega Master System Step 2: Locate a rom of your favorite NES or Sega Master System games. Step 3: Place the downloaded files onto a usb Step 4: Create a folder on the root of your USB called 'roms' Step 5: Copy your rom into the rom folder. Step 6: Plug the usb into your ps4, run your exploit and install the 2 pkg files you downloaded. Step 7: Run the emulator you want to use and press  to load the roms, then select your desired rom and click  again to launch the game. Step 8: Profit? your game should now be running without any issues, if not, you have done something wrong, go back and try again.   Happy nostalgia guys! Catch you all next time.   Peace!   Image:    

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