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    PS3 Home hacked

    Interesting read, could this be the beginning of homebrew?

    Quote Originally Posted by PS3Hax.net
    StreetskaterFU is at it again, this time he has managed to fully unpack & decrypted Home Beta 0.86. There are about 9000 unencrypted files, other devs now can take a look at those files which also include java binaries, shader files, lua scripts and more interesting in-game executables. These files can help us better understand PS3 games and the PS3 network structure.

    So where are the "exploits"? PS3 games run still in a sandbox and don't have direct access to kernel modules and other high level access but since the introduction of in-game XMB there may be holes which devs can search for and use in-game exploits to break the wall. Those could be in a appearance of RSX attacks or some new holes in the in-game XMB structure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demon Cleaner View Post
    Interesting read, could this be the beginning of homebrew?

    Quote Originally Posted by PS3Hax.net
    StreetskaterFU is at it again, this time he has managed to fully unpack & decrypted Home Beta 0.86. There are about 9000 unencrypted files, other devs now can take a look at those files which also include java binaries, shader files, lua scripts and more interesting in-game executables. These files can help us better understand PS3 games and the PS3 network structure.

    So where are the "exploits"? PS3 games run still in a sandbox and don't have direct access to kernel modules and other high level access but since the introduction of in-game XMB there may be holes which devs can search for and use in-game exploits to break the wall. Those could be in a appearance of RSX attacks or some new holes in the in-game XMB structure.
    At last, true 'Home'brew!
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    Nice! Finally I might be persuaded to buy a PS3.

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    It'll increase calls for OS4 and MorphOS on PS3.
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    Oh yes! Definitely. Imagine OS4 running on PS3 hardware. Now that truly would be a great next gen Amiga!

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