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PS2 Linux v3.8 by Maximus3
ps2 [source: STLcardsWS @] PS2 Development Scene is still healthy here in 2016 as we continue to see improvements and new releases. This time around we have Ps2Linux v3.8 from Maximus32 with plenty of improvements in various area's. Checkout all the details and get the penguin up and running on your PS2 Console.

Note: The EurAsia forum topic is here.
Posted on Sunday, October 23, 2016 @ 09:06:35 GMT (123 reads)
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WiiUBru news roundup...
wii u modrobert writes: "pwsincd from WiiUBru has posted important news over at Partial quote: 'Today, one very important thing is being 'officially' released: CFW Booter - A .elf file for the Homebrew Launcher which will boot a custom fw.img off the root of the SD card. In other words, this is a stable version of the long-coveted 'IOSU exploit' for 5.5.x users only !! As usual, the file can be downloaded here or on the Homebrew App Store. If your Wii U isn't set up at all for homebrew, you can visit on your Wii U. However! A 'CFW Booter' is not useful without a modified fw.img file to use it with... Thanks to the effort of @smealum several months ago, and his release of iosuhax, making a fw.img with modified patches is as easy as reading and running his code. Anyone can do this now using the above booter, BUT if you use random fw.img's lying around, that's at your own risk.'


Note: For full story with links, the EurAsia forum topic is here.
Posted on Sunday, October 23, 2016 @ 07:18:50 GMT (142 reads)
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HENkaku KOTH Solved
psvita [source:] When HENkaku was first released, we posed to the community the KOTH challenge to get more hackers interested in the Vita. This week, two individuals have separately completed the challenge and are the new kings of Vita hacking! Mike H. and st4rk both proved that they have the final encryption key, showing that they solved the kernel ROP chain. I highly recommend reading their respective posts as they give some great insight into how hacking works. I also know of a third group who might have also completed the challenge but wishes to keep quiet for now. Congratuations to them too!
Posted on Friday, October 21, 2016 @ 16:42:00 GMT (244 reads)
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Brazilian WiiU Game Sharing Trick
wii u modrobert writes: "When first reading briefly about this 'hack' from Brazil a few days ago I must admit dismissing it as a product of the Wii U OTP dump via IOSU exploit, as in someone just using the keys from OTP (aka Boot ROM) to sign game specific data to run from hard drive. My mistake, turns out the timing of the release just happened to be after Donald_Trump released the OTP dumper, not really related, or is it? I'm still not sure how this method works exactly except that it involves eShop tickets and several other steps. You can find more info about the Brazilian hack in this forum topic. Thanks goes to GaryOPA over at for the heads up.

BumBum from Brazil
Posted on Friday, October 21, 2016 @ 10:19:09 GMT (360 reads)
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Progress in the public IOSU hacking!
wii u modrobert writes: "Thanks to Hillary_Clinton (yes, she is apparently good for something besides instigating war) over at there is significant progress in the public research into IOSU on the WiiU. As mentioned in my previous story about what the IOSU is and why it is important, several hackers have successfully exploited the IOSU in the past, but have so far refused to share their findings.

Quote Hillary_Clinton: 'I didn't find the IOSU syscall table myself, although I understand how it must have been found. The syscall handler is installed at address 0xFFFF0004. It is located at 0x0812DD6C. You can see that at address 0x0812DDF4 the syscall handler loads the address of the syscall table (0x081419F0) and uses the syscall number as an index into this table to find the address of the code for that particular syscall. That's how the syscall table and the code for each syscall must have been found. The negative value of the root hub index: it was just an arbitrary value that I chose to make the read end up in the middle of MEM1. I knew from reading the vulnerable code in IDA that a root hub structure is 0x144 bytes and that the root hub structures were located in IOS-USB's internal structure at offset 0x39EC. I knew the structure must have been located at the beginning of IOS-USB's local process heap at 0x10146060, but I didn't know where exactly at the time so I just sprayed the area in MEM1 where I thought it would read from with the appropriate values. I didn't know whether the read from MEM1 would actually work; I just tried it and it worked. I knew where MEM1 was mapped on the PPC side and the ARM side from reading the wiiubrew wiki.'

This is great news for the future of game loaders such as loadiine on WiiU where no browser exploit will be needed, and games can be loaded from USB port instead of SD card slot."

Note: The EurAsia forum topic is here.
Posted on Saturday, October 15, 2016 @ 11:39:54 GMT (860 reads)
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PS4OS v04.010.000 released...hmm...
ps4 modrobert writes: "Sony has released PS4 Firmware Update v04.010.000 via PSN (SEN). Normally I wouldn't care enough to post news about official updates except this time it was special [playing: Beethoven's 5th Symphony], the update is only for PS4 with product id CUSA0xxxx (whatever that is?). If you know more, please post a reply in this forum topic, or comment on the news story. I have updated the Ps4OsRels wiki as usual where the updates also can be downloaded, or at least could be at one point in time."
Posted on Tuesday, October 04, 2016 @ 05:43:09 GMT (1117 reads)
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Super Mario 64: Last Impact released
n64 modrobert writes: "Kaze has posted a video with download links to a Super Mario 64 ROM hack called 'Last Impact' for N64. Thanks goes to Chavosaur for the heads up. Quote: 'A new ROM hack almost 4,000 hours in the making has been created for Super Mario 64. 130 stars, 12 powerups, many new bosses and a large variety of completely new levels! You can visit places like rainbow road and wear the famous frog suit on your new little Mario quest!'"
Posted on Tuesday, October 04, 2016 @ 02:39:48 GMT (940 reads)
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PowerSaves Plus for Nintendo 3DS
3ds [source: GaryOPA @] The world famous Action Replay (aka) CodeJunkies team from Datel is back for the next generation of their PowerSaves device, now its been updated to the 'Plus' model with full support for all models of Nintendo 3DS consoles & firmwares and even Amiibo support! :)

PowerSaves Plus

Posted on Saturday, October 01, 2016 @ 05:08:27 GMT (816 reads)
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PS Vita PSP emulator news roundup
psvita [source: The Zett @] Famous PS Vita developer TheFloW has managed to get full access to the PS Vita’s PSP emulator, which basically enables you to run any custom PSP content via the PS Vita’s built-in Playstation Portable emulator, including eCFWs such as ARK and (theoretically) TN-V. He was searching for a proper person to take over the project, preferable a person who knows one or another thing about PSP exploiting, and it turns out that no one else than our good old friend Coldbird is going to take care of this!
Posted on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 @ 09:51:33 GMT (1088 reads)
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GW3DS: Firmware update 11.1 Emunand bug fix
3ds [source:] Today we publish a quick update to fix the OSD issue for Nintendo 11.1 Firmware. The launcher.dat update is identical for both public beta 4.2 and 3.7. Please click HERE for pubic beta 3.7 download links and HERE for public beta 4.2. And as always, until our next update, enjoy!
Posted on Friday, September 23, 2016 @ 07:21:48 GMT (1015 reads)
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ninjhax for 3DS firmware 11.1 released
3ds modrobert writes: "Smea has released an updated version of ninjhax homebrew loader for 3DS which supports the latest firmware 11.1.0-34. This exploit requires the game CUBIC NINJA and is triggered by scanning QR codes. There are reported problems with the updated exploit, so this is still work in progress."

Note: EurAsia forum topic here.
Posted on Monday, September 19, 2016 @ 06:03:12 GMT (1308 reads)
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New products in stock!
online shop We now have the Sky3DS Plus in stock at USD $86, along with Modbo 5.0 for PS2 and Screwdriver GC/SNES. We have also restocked the sold out stuff like Wasp Fusion for Wii/GameCube and Aladdin XT PLUS2 for the original XBOX. For more products and shipping check the complete price list.
Sky3DS Plus
Posted on Friday, September 09, 2016 @ 08:24:53 GMT (1331 reads)
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HENkaku: Yes, it's a kernel exploit!
psvita [source:] When HENkaku came out exactly a month ago from today, we posed a challenge to the scene to reverse our hack. The reason for this decision rather than to just post our writeups immediately and take all the limelight is because we believe that the Vita is a device that is so unique in its security features that we won’t be doing it proper justice by just revealing the flaws. We want people to know about how good the security is rather than just point out the mistakes made. In doing so, we hoped that hackers new and old will take the challenge and have fun with it. Today, one such challenger by the name of st4rk completed the second third of the challenge. He has written a detailed post on how he reversed the payload and I recommend you read it right now.
Posted on Tuesday, August 30, 2016 @ 01:47:24 GMT (2084 reads)
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HENkaku Update...
psvita [source:] It’s been almost a month since the release of HENkaku. We now have over 100,000 unique installs! (That number excludes re-installs required after rebooting.) To celebrate, we are pushing the third major update and it includes features that many users have been asking for. For the impatient, you can get it right now by rebooting your Vita and installing HENkaku from
Posted on Sunday, August 28, 2016 @ 04:20:22 GMT (1809 reads)
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PS Vita Cartridge Dump Project
psvita modrobert writes: "Motoharu has been researching different ways to dump the PS Vita carts for the past six months. You can find his impressive PSVCD research over at GitHub. I uploaded a dump/backup of the repository to the download section here just in case, you never know what will be taken down these days. The material is extensive and includes documentation, schematics to build custom adapter boards, photos, pinouts, etc."

Note: EurAsia forum topic here.
Posted on Thursday, August 25, 2016 @ 05:07:07 GMT (1782 reads)
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Neo Geo AES and MVS Flash Cartridges Nearing Release
neo geo modrobert writes: "Darksoft over at has been working on flash cart devices for both the Neo Geo AES home console and MVS arcade system, the project is now nearing release. The project goal is to have a flash based solution with RAM that can hold at least four games loaded at a time which are selected from microSD card. You can find more info over at which was where I first read about it.

The hardware design looks like it's built around an Altera Cyclone IV FPGA with ARM controller handling the flash circuits, Xilinx CPLD perhaps for memory interface glue logic, lots of RAM circuits of different types on the board, and voltage level shifters towards the cartridge port. The announced price without plastic shell is around USD $400 which seems reasonable considering the BOM (Bill Of Materials) cost alone.

Darksoft Prototype
Posted on Wednesday, August 24, 2016 @ 04:20:47 GMT (1814 reads)
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WiiU IOSU exploit in 5..4..3..2..1..
wii u modrobert writes: "After Hykem's farewell note there is a lot of speculation and rumors going on about the imminent release of an IOSU exploit to the public. There are several hackers besides Hykem who confirmed (with proof) having the IOSU exploit on Twitter, so my guess is that it will probably happen soon considering the possibility of a leak increases with every person currently sitting on this exploit.

Some of you might wonder why this exploit is so important. In short an IOSU exploit will make it possible to develop a permanent custom firmware featuring hacked kernel without relying on any browser exploit, it will also give full access to the disc drive (drive key etc.) and USB ports making it possible to load games from USB hard drive with existing tools like Loadiine, not just limited to SD card access as it is today. The WiiU would be totally hacked without limitations pretty much like the Wii.

As you probably guessed, Nintendo is trying everything in its power to prevent the IOSU exploit from being released to the public, threatening with lawsuits for anyone involved. I think this is one of the reasons nothing has been released so far, and the fact IOSU will not bring anything new to the homebrew scene except convenience, instead it will benefit piracy more than anything else."

Note: EurAsia forum topic here.
Posted on Sunday, August 21, 2016 @ 07:01:08 GMT (2143 reads)
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New Site Protection Up and Running!
site info modrobert writes: "I have developed a new program called 'blockmanager' for in free pascal which spies on abusive TCP connections and tries to determine what the attacker is doing.

The system intelligently rates SQL injection attempts which are separated from plain DOS attacks, repeating offenders are blocked in the firewall automatically. There is also protection if the server runs low on memory and other functionality by constantly monitoring log files.

You can find a block in the left column on the main page titled 'Site Protection' for brief stats summary. The system is in active development, more features are added as needed to deal with the attackers as they evolve. I have some ideas for future functionality, for example, to implement machine learning using Bayesian methods as base for counter measures.

Spy vs Spy

Note: EurAsia forum topic here.
Posted on Friday, August 19, 2016 @ 14:15:12 GMT (1581 reads)
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A farewell note from Hykem...
community [source:] For those of you who don’t know developer Hykem, he’s been a massive contributor to the console hacking scene. He’s worked on the security of the PS Vita, the PSP, the PS3, the PS4, and more recently the Wii U. He was recently at the center of some scene drama related to the release of an IOSU exploit, earlier this year. Then, he disappeared.
Posted on Friday, August 19, 2016 @ 06:39:39 GMT (1782 reads)
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HENkaku blocked in firmware 3.61
psvita modrobert writes: "Well, it was pretty much expected, yet it still sucks. Sony aka 'the giant enemy crab' has released PS Vita firmware 3.61 via PSN/SEN which effectively patches HENkaku. If you want to load homebrew and backups on your PS Vita then refrain from updating, in other words stay on firmware 3.60 for now."
Posted on Tuesday, August 09, 2016 @ 17:08:51 GMT (1675 reads)
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Gateway Card Cartridge Protocol
3ds [source: shinyquagsire23 @] Introduction: Since the beginning of the 3DS hacking scene, Gateway provided probably, for the time, the best method (or uh, gateway) into modifying one’s 3DS. I’d dare say they probably were the sole reason homebrew existed at all for the public prior to 9.2 and the release of ninjhax. Following 9.2 and their Gateway 3.0 Ultra release, while having an initially successful release and userbase influx, eventually led to their downfall due to how easily their ARM11 and ARM9 kernel exploits were able to be reverse engineered (see yifanlu’s writeup about that here), as well as the nature of firmlaunchhax being that kernel access through it is extremely clean, and as a result FIRM modifications were easy to perform and relaunching a modified FIRM was trivial.

While Gateway used to be suggested for their ease of use and ease of piracy, a large portion of the 3DS development scene sees them now as a joke. They did, however, leave behind a very interesting piece of hardware: Their 3DS DRM cartridge used to load ROMs and protect their secrets. So how does it work?

Note: EurAsia forum topic here.
Posted on Tuesday, August 09, 2016 @ 16:07:32 GMT (1491 reads)
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HENkaku KOTH Challenge
psvita [source:] We released HENkaku a week ago and were blown away by the reception. There has been over 25k unique installs and every day new homebrew are being announced. This is all thanks to those who contributed to the SDK project back when Rejuvenate was announced. Without a working toolchain for developers and a couple of working homebrews at the time of HENkaku’s launch, I doubt the reception would have been as popular.

Since the release, there have been a couple of questions we’ve been getting over and over again: When will this work on older firmware versions? How does HENkaku work? Where is the source code? I am going to address these questions in a bit. First, I want to thank Sony. It is common for hackers to laugh and poke fun at companies on the receiving end of hacks. But I think that’s unfair–security issues are a learning experience for all sides and we should all be thankful for it. For myself, I started my work on the Vita since its North America release in 2012. Although Davee beat me in hacking the PSP compatibility mode and getting ROP on WebKit, I was the first to run native code and dump the memory through PSM. Since then, Davee, Proxima, I, and later xyz (collectively “molecule”) have been working on the Vita on and off through the years. It is a tremendous learning experience both working with these smart individuals and getting my hands dirty with real world hacks. I think I owe a large portion of what I know about security due to my work on the Vita. It has, hands down, the most well designed security infrastructure of any consumer electronics device. In 2012, the iPhone, Android, and 3DS were no match. Even today, I think the Vita rivals the security of devices in the market.

Note: EurAsia forum topic here.
Posted on Saturday, August 06, 2016 @ 07:12:44 GMT (1292 reads)
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PS Vita game decryption on firmware 3.60
psvita modrobert writes: "Major_Tom has managed to decrypt Game/Cartridge Game/DLC/Savedata on PS Vita using mr.gas old trick for bypassing PFS protection on firmware 3.60 with MolecularShell installed via HENkaku. Check this forum topic for more info."
Posted on Wednesday, August 03, 2016 @ 01:25:50 GMT (1648 reads)
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3ds [source: via] We've had a tremendous amount of feedback once again after the Public Beta 4.0 release. Suffice to say, we have worked hard on incorporating this feedback and bugreports and today we are happy to release another minor update that should further improve stability and reliability of our new GATEWAY FASTBOOT feature.

Without further ado, here’s a small changelog:
– Fixed >9.2 down to 9.2 GATEWAY TIME MACHINE issue for N3DS
– Fixed WiFi issue for GATEWAY TIME MACHINE on O3DS
– Fixed auto rename of Nintendo 3DS folder when downgrading to 2.x for N3DS
– Repacked N3DS & O3DS US GATEWAY TIME MACHINE data pack
– Amended N3DS install procedure to cater to >9.2 system versions
+ Menu lockout implemented
Posted on Tuesday, August 02, 2016 @ 02:38:35 GMT (1100 reads)
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3DS: menuhax and browserhax released
3ds modrobert writes: "yellows8 has released browserhax and menuhax which are new exploits for 3DS with the latest firmware 11.0. According to wololo these exploits do not require any game purchase or anything else to run, which makes them extremely convenient. You can find more info and downloads at smea's updated Homebrew Launcher web page. Thanks goes to GaryOPA for the heads up."

Note: EurAsia forum topic here.
Posted on Thursday, July 28, 2016 @ 16:50:43 GMT (1511 reads)
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HENkaku: Vita homebrew for everyone
psvita [source:] For the last couple of months, molecule (composed of I along with Davee, Proxima, and xyz) have been working hard to bring you an easy-to-use homebrew solution. The result is HENkaku, the first HEN for the Vita. Since the release of Rejuvenate a year ago, developers have created tons of wonderful emulators, games, and apps for the Vita. Unfortunately, Rejuvenate is hard to set up, has many annoying limitations, and supports only an older firmware version. As a result, we recommended Rejuvenate only to developers who wish for an unofficial way to write apps for the Vita. When I first announced Rejuvenate and the call for an open toolchain, I emphasized that the SDK must be binary compatible with the Vita’s native loader. I published the specifications document and some gracious developers took up the task and wrote latest toolchain now for HENkaku compatibility.

Note: EurAsia forum topic here.
Posted on Thursday, July 28, 2016 @ 12:42:55 GMT (1597 reads)
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Nintendo NX is a portable console with detachable controllers
general [Source: Tom Phillips @] It also connects to your TV, and runs cartridges. Nintendo's upcoming NX will be a portable, handheld console with detachable controllers, a number of sources have confirmed to Eurogamer.

On the move, NX will function as a high-powered handheld console with its own display. So far so normal - but here's the twist: we've heard the screen is bookended by two controller sections on either side, which can be attached or detached as required.

Nintendo NX
Posted on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 @ 08:13:43 GMT (1281 reads)
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Why I'm Suing the US Government
community [source: bunnie_ @] Today I filed a lawsuit against the US government, challenging Section 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Section 1201 means that you can be sued or prosecuted for accessing, speaking about, and tinkering with digital media and technologies that you have paid for. This violates our First Amendment rights, and I am asking the court to order the federal government to stop enforcing Section 1201.

Before Section 1201, the ownership of ideas was tempered by constitutional protections. Under this law, we had the right to tinker with gadgets that we bought, we had the right to record TV shows on our VCRs, and we had the right to remix songs. Section 1201 built an extra barrier around copyrightable works, restricting our prior ability to explore and create. In order to repair a gadget, we may have to decrypt its firmware; in order to remix a video, we may have to strip HDCP. Whereas we once readily expressed feelings and new ideas through remixes and hardware modifications, now we must first pause and ask: does this violate Section 1201? Especially now that cryptography pervades every aspect of modern life, every creative spark is likewise dampened by the chill of Section 1201.
Posted on Thursday, July 21, 2016 @ 15:44:23 GMT (1363 reads)
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Super Boss Gaiden for the Nintendo Playstation
snes modrobert writes: "Chrono Moogle and Dieter von Laser have released a game titled Super Boss Gaiden over at YouTube for the rare Nintendo Playstation. The release also includes a ROM for SNES/Super Famicom if anyone else wants to try it out. I just did on my SNES with Pro Fighter X Turbo, and it was awesome. :D Thanks goes to groats for the heads up."

Note: EurAsia forum topic here.
Posted on Tuesday, July 12, 2016 @ 12:05:32 GMT (1780 reads)
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Sega Saturn USB loader prototype
saturn modrobert writes: "Dr Abrasive has been developing an USB interface prototype called 'Saturn Satlator' for Sega Saturn which connects via the VCD (MPEG) card slot and loads cue/bin disc images from USB hard drive or flash stick. The prototype can also load binaries directly which is intended for homebrew after the product is released. Check this excellent video shot/edited by cTrix over at YouTube for more info. The design is based on a CPLD which serves as glue logic towards the card slot bus along with an ARM microcontroller handling the rest. This is the product of several years of reverse engineering efforts. Very impressive work!

Saturn Satlator

Note: EurAsia forum topic here.
Posted on Monday, July 11, 2016 @ 18:19:34 GMT (2294 reads)
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