Posts Tagged ‘Mathieulh’

Sony released Official Firmware (OFW) 6.37

January 20, 2011 4 comments

Sony have finally decided to fight back by releasing the official firmware 6.37 . This is what Sony has to say about it:

This is a minor update that improves system software stability during use of some features.

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A few signed PSP Homebrews that will run on any PSP.

January 20, 2011 Leave a comment

We have been busy testing guys. Its was a long and wonderful day and it just keeps getting better and better. Not one not two but we got 13 homebrews for you that you can run on any psp and we mean any weather its a psp go or a psp 3000, weather its on official firmware or its on a custom firmware it just doen’t matter guys. I know I know I should cut the crap and go straight to the download links.

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First sample homebrew working on official firmware… wait… What???

January 17, 2011 1 comment

Well guys last post mentioned how the PSP  Kirk keys found by Matheieulh could be used to create homebrews that would work on any PSP dis-respective of its motherboard and firmware version  and guess what, here we are with the first such homebrew but don’t get your hopes up guys its just a test/sample. It doesn’t do much well actually it does nothing but it will give you an idea about how wonderful it would be to install any app without going through constant fear of bricking your PSP.

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Kirk Encrytion/Decryption Keys of PSP found

January 17, 2011 1 comment
Jessica Chobot PSP Lick

Image by djtyrant via Flickr

Mathieulh has found the Kirk encryption and decryption keys.

“Kirk Keys, The hardware crypto engine responsible for almost all aspects of the PSP’s security, including decryption of eboots & prx’s, savefile and adhoc encryption, and idstorage verification. Named after Captain Kirk of Star Trek.”, this is what a person on twitter said about kirk keys. (let me know his name if anyone has any idea.)

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