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[22:33:57] flatz: share this with the community
[22:34:31] flatz: it contains all my dumpers, two payload frameworks and linux syscon stuff

 

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less then a MB XD

"great gifts come in small packages" said a certain 60 year old guy which until even today i have issues having a normal conversation with. nevertheless, it was something well said :)

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@STLcardsWS if you so kindly could post this news on psx scene as well please. it's important it gets widespreaded :)

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Thank you so much @flatz for this great release, i hope that you are still working in the scene and you did not left after this release.

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@STLcardsWS if you so kindly could post this news on psx scene as well please. it's important it gets widespreaded :)

 

Sure, i already posted at psx-place.com :)

 

Edit psx-scene as well.

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and i quote

 

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Just... WOW!!

Thank you so much!

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I hope the release of this code leads to something big, Thanks.

Your mom wants me, bad.

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Flatz can you  post the source code of EID Root Key Dumper?

PS3 SLIM CFW 4.65 Darknet

PSVITA 1000 3.18 PRIVATE EXPLOIT TN-V/ARK+Antoher Exploit 3.18 VHBL 

PSP SLIM 2004 CFW 6.60 ME 2.2+Padora Battery

Nintendo WII MOD

Nintendo DS R4

Nintendo DSI/XL R4

PS2 MODCHIP

PS1 MODCHIP

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Flatz can you  post the source code of EID Root Key Dumper?

did you even bother to look through the sources? :/

it's there :/

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more sources:
https://mega.co.nz/#!Q18UlC6b!5N5mZvDIMe0ae_zwP5LzMjSSCfDiZgWUxstSan8bxBA

 

[21:25:50] flatz: oops, it seems i've forgot to add spu loader sources

 

https://mega.co.nz/#!pkFQ2SpL!yejPPN_JEMmXTYPMEwu98Sftldd4Vu-wQS8c5BnLHUs

 

a sample kernel code and payload for vsh which can be used to dump premaster secret from SSL session

[21:37:34] flatz: if you have premaster secrets and client/server randoms (you can dump them using wireshark or using my older payload) then you can generate SSL keys to decrypt encrypted internet traffic

 

 

two of my ida databases which i have on this pc.. syscon module (4.21) have almost all functions named

 
 

crypto algos for syscon, don't know if you have them or not

 

[21:45:10] flatz: for example, they are used to decrypt psn passphrase

 

 

 

 

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the root key dumper should also work now, so i need at least one tester that isn't affraid of bricking his/her console to be on 4.65 and have iris manager installed (or any other application that can load selfs)

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nice presents he left for scene.

 

@zecoxao

i think you have forgotten about common.h for rkdumper? you only wrote about symbols.h and patches in main.

 

will try it for 4.21. some symbols i have from cobra.

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nice presents he left for scene.

 

@zecoxao

i think you have forgotten about common.h for rkdumper? you only wrote about symbols.h and patches in main.

 

will try it for 4.21. some symbols i have from cobra.

thank you for reminding me about that. if you still are available, we can try a quick test :)

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/35197530/bin/EBOOT.BIN

 

this is for 4.65. load it with iris

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@haxxxen, did you try with 4.46? so far no luck with 4.65 :)

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a little bump to this thread.
these last days i've been trying to make the syscon command work on linux, only to find out it didn't work as it should.
here are the proper sources.
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/35197530/zip/syscon.7z

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