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saes released open source...
hacks modrobert writes: "I've shared a program called 'saes' which stands for 'sliding AES', you can find the C source code on GitHub released under GPLv2 license.

The idea is to use a scripting language (eg. Python, Perl, Bash) to call this program which will decrypt a file at given offset using a key in another file at a given offset, and finally initialization vector (IV) from a third file at given offset depending on decryption method used."

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Posted on Friday, November 16, 2018 @ 04:10:33 GMT (1726 reads)
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SecureChatAnywhere project released
hacks modrobert writes: "I have released SecureChatAnywhere which is a lightweight program written in Java with the purpose of making it easy to encrypt and decrypt any kind of text messages using AES-128/CBC symmetric encryption. The graphical user interface (GUI) is designed as a convenient 'copy & paste tool' for computers to manage encryption and decryption stand-alone, in other words without relying on any kind of external communication.

The encrypted data (ciphertext) output is in Base64 format which makes SecureChatAnywhere compatible with any kind of text based internet communication tools out there such as email, chat clients and online services. "

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Posted on Sunday, April 15, 2018 @ 08:09:00 GMT (2990 reads)
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NES Classic Edition news roundup...
hacks modrobert writes: "Just a quick update on the NES Classic (Mini), lots of improvements and updates lately I've missed to report on. As you probably know madmonkey first released the method; FEL mode button activation by holding RESET while pushing POWER once quickly and releasing RESET a few seconds later, and the hakchi software needed to initially hack the NES Classic via USB and to add game ROMs to the original set. Then came Cluster with a great Windows tool called hakchi2 which adds a lot of wanted functionality. Now madmonkey strikes again with a port of retroarch multi-system emulator for NES Classic which can be installed using hackchi2, this is explained in detail by pcm720 over at Thanks goes to GaryOPA for the heads up, you can read his take on the retroarch news over at

NES Classic Edition

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Posted on Saturday, February 11, 2017 @ 15:34:40 GMT (4187 reads)
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Hackers Unlock NES Classic...
hacks modrobert writes: "I just got word from GaryOPA over at that the NES classic is hacked, even game ROMs can be added to the existing kachikachi emulator collection. The method used is in the forum post here. I guess someone finally figured out how to use Plutoo's descrambler released in November 2016 and how to flash the decrypted content back to the NAND. Progress!"
Posted on Sunday, January 08, 2017 @ 10:10:03 GMT (3576 reads)
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descramble.c released for NES Classic
hacks modrobert writes: "Plutoo has released a C program to scramble/descramble raw NAND dumps from the NES Classic. Nice to see that NERD (Nintendo European Research & Development) rely on XOR to secure the NES ROMs for their kachikachi emulator, the code even has some similarities with their new hire coding challenge, it all makes sense now. ;) "

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Posted on Monday, November 21, 2016 @ 05:29:40 GMT (5035 reads)
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Kernel exploit for FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE
hacks modrobert writes: "cTurt just tweeted about a new 0-day exploit: 'Kernel exploit for FreeBSD-10.2-RELEASE is happening!' I'm guessing this is work related to PS4, or any other platform running FreeBSD.

Posted on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 @ 06:16:07 GMT (3202 reads)
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Beams of Light by TRSI
hacks modrobert writes: "I got this linked by emu_kidid on IRC while sipping coffee in the morning, mind blown in awe, simply incredible! Watch the video, or download from

Beams of Light by TRSI
Posted on Monday, June 16, 2014 @ 03:49:18 GMT (2706 reads)
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PSX and Dreamcast SD adapters in the works
hacks [source: Emperor Coconut @] Two SD adapters in the works, one for Psx and one for Dc! Sometimes things come out almost the same time, maybe it's cause fpgas and hardware has become much cheaper in recent years. Dknute is working on a Dreamcast SD adapter that will be far superior to the halfassed chinese SD adapter from past year that played games choppily, so finally there will be a real replacement for the gd-drive. You can follow his progress here. And then the PSIO team is working on a SD adapter for the good ol' Psx that you can follow here. Let's not forget that the russians made an adapter for the 3DO half a year ago. So now it's almost just the Sega Saturn left! (and PCFX, D32, Fmtowns, PcEngine, JagCD, NGCD, Pippin, Megacd, Cdi)
Posted on Sunday, September 09, 2012 @ 12:55:02 GMT (2833 reads)
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Absinthe 2.0 has arrived!
hacks [source:] After copious amounts of work and many sleepless nights Absinthe 2.0 is finally here to jailbreak your device. This release has been a large collaborative effort between Chronic-Dev Team and iPhone Dev Teams (Jailbreak Dream Team) This jailbreak supports firmware 5.1.1 ONLY and is again one of the most easiest jailbreaks to use (so easy your grandma could do it ;D)
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Posted on Friday, May 25, 2012 @ 13:15:01 GMT (3402 reads)
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A day with an Oculus Rift
hacks [source: John Carmack @] Bottom line: After dialing everything in, this is by far the most immersive HMD (Head-mounted display) of the five I have here. If Palmer comes close to his price target, it will also be the cheapest. I will be including full support for this in the next new PC title we release. The problem is that most people won’t have a custom codebase that they can freely modify for the HMD. Someone is going to have to write an intercept driver that can capture mono or side-by-side stereo game output and warp it appropriately to make it useful for anyone other than developers. Head tracking should remain a separate concern; I don’t think it makes sense to bundle one that many people won’t be able to use, but leaving some explicit mounting surfaces would be good.

Oculus Rift Prototype in action

Posted on Friday, May 18, 2012 @ 06:24:29 GMT (3524 reads)
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Parallelogram - Demo designed using FPGA
hacks [source: lft @] Parallelogram is a demo running on the Commodore One extender board, which contains an Altera Cyclone III FPGA and an SDRAM chip. The logic design was made from scratch, including a homebrew CPU, FM synth and blitter with pixel shader support. The demo won the wild compo at Revision 2012.
Posted on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 @ 04:55:45 GMT (2228 reads)
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Untethered Jailbreak for iPhone 4S & iPad 2 released
hacks modrobert writes: "The Chronic Dev Team has released Untethered Jailbreak for iPhone 4S & iPad 2 (Apple A5 / iOS 5.0.1). Quote: 'Greetings, friends & jailbreakers! We are well-aware of how very many of you, our faithful fans, have been waiting for months for this announcement, so - with no further ado, we are excited to unveil the newest addition to our GreenPois0n toolkit. This release should come as no surprise to those of you who have been following pod2g’s iOS blog for the past few months. Earlier this week, you might have even wet your pants a little when you watched the video demonstration of today’s release (named Absinthe A5) and first witnessed our jailbreak working its magic to liberate both the iPhone 4S & iPad 2.'"
Posted on Sunday, January 22, 2012 @ 07:05:23 GMT (3779 reads)
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the skylanders portal demystified
hacks [source: via Brandon Wilson @ Twitter] If you haven't heard of the game Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure, google it. It's a video game for the PC/Mac, Wii, PS3, Xbox 360, and 3DS which comes with a USB "Portal of Power", a small platform that wirelessly reads and writes to Skylanders toys. Whatever toy you put on there, the character it represents will magically appear in-game where you can play with it, upgrade its stats, etc. Character data is saved wirelessly back to the toy itself. This page attempts to explain how this all works (as I understand it so far).
Posted on Thursday, October 27, 2011 @ 10:22:49 GMT (15529 reads)
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The SLG3000 and the Glorious Return of Scanlines
hacks [source: via] How to get that authentic retro look from your modern flatscreen TV. Sometimes, outdated technology has a quality which seemingly defies description. For example, those of you that are old enough may harbour a strange nostalgic affection for the monochrome Game Boy’s blurry LCD screen, even to the point of spurning the updated Game Boy Color because its improved display doesn’t exhibit the same flaws that gave the original handheld its unique personality. It’s an odd situation, but one that many of you will no doubt sympathise with. Veteran gamers will feel a similar glow of fondness when the word scanlines is mentioned. Again, this is a case of outdated technology boasting an appeal which simply cannot be replicated by modern devices; for the uninitiated, scanlines are a characteristic of old CRT monitors - the kind that were standard issue before flatscreen LCD and plasma TVs arrived on the scene.
Posted on Sunday, April 17, 2011 @ 07:23:10 GMT (3367 reads)
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Making Kinect Work With PS3
hacks [source:] This post describes my first attempt at making Kinect work with a PS3. Microsoft’s new XBOX 360 accessory, kinect has made a powerful entry into the market, becoming the fastest selling gadget of all time. Looks like their “You are the controller” tagline is working. Of course, Sony’s “similar” accessory Move is selling well too but is far behind kinect adoption probably because nothing beats the lure of making something work with just “The Force” ;) . Now, of course, kinect doesn’t work with PS3 obviously but then if we can’t break the rules, we can at least bend them a little towards our way. I’ve created a mashup that allows you to use kinect as an input controller for the PS3.
Posted on Monday, March 21, 2011 @ 04:43:39 GMT (2443 reads)
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How to practice Safe Hex
hacks [source: Marcan @] Ah, the world of computers. Thanks to the wonderful world of bits and bytes, we can experiment with any application, file, driver, or even the core operating system. Rip them apart, change things, put them together, and if it doesn’t work, just try again. At worst, you’ll have to wipe your hard drive and start over. If you somehow manage to destroy a computer purely through bad software, that’s considered a design problem and a true feat to pull off. Just think about it: what other profession or hobby lets you experiment as much as you want and make as many mistakes as you want without having to spend a cent if you do something wrong? Unfortunately, things have changed. Ever since the advent of embedded devices with upgradable firmware, people have been trying to modify and hack them. These devices are usually a lot less resilient than their bigger, older siblings. Many of the new shiny gadgets that we use every day are internally fragile and a slight software mishap can render them non-functional, a "brick". This is a guide for developers and hackers who work on system firmware for embedded devices.
Posted on Wednesday, January 19, 2011 @ 04:31:35 GMT (3067 reads)
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Open-source USB Analyzer
hacks [source: bushing @] We’ve seen a lot of interest in USB in the past few months - a slew of PS Jailbreak clones appeared from an USB trace taken with a $1500 Lecroy USB Analyzer, and marcan wrote a Kinect driver using libusb, based on some USB protocol traces taken with a $1200 Beagle 480 USB analyzer. To build a decent USB 2.0 protocol analyser you don’t need that many things inside, and the designs aren’t all that much more complicated than the FPGA designs we worked with on the DSi. pytey and I have been discussing hardware USB 2.0 analysis on and off for 2+ years but we have never had the time (or funds) to create a gadget of our own. An opportunity arose when pytey showed me the absolutely fabulous Kickstarter site, where you can help fund fledgeling projects to get them off the ground.
Posted on Monday, December 20, 2010 @ 11:10:04 GMT (2664 reads)
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Triforce hacking: The Last Piece
hacks [source: tmbinc @] As described in this post on and in this post, there is still a secret left that needs to be lifted for the newer “Type 3″ triforces. As a short summary, the new type triforce is probably a cost reduction of the old hardware. As part of this cost reduction, handling of the GDROM and security PIC, which was previously implemented in an SH-4 CPU, was “removed”. The network stuff was now handled separately on a MIPS cpu, but several strings that are proven to exist do not exist anymore in the flash rom, at least not as plaintext. On a closer look, a mysterious file “firmware.asic” was introduced, 96k in size. Using the Dolphin emulator patches (which are finally integrated, by the way! Thanks to everyone involved!) I could change the emulated “INQUIRY” response. Depending on the first byte, which seems to be a version number, the emulated segaboot would either boot normally, or upload the very firmware.asic file. Apparently the Type-3 triforce needs this firmware before it can work.
Posted on Sunday, December 12, 2010 @ 13:58:33 GMT (2977 reads)
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Gameboy Color Boot ROM Dumped After 10 Years!
hacks [source: Costis @] Hey everyone! The Gameboy Color was first introduced to the market in 1998, and since then its internal startup boot ROM had not been dumped. Well, I finally got my VDD and clock glitching tricks to deceive the Gameboy Color (GBC) into sharing its boot ROM with me! For those of you who don’t know, the GBC’s boot ROM is what is responsible for initializing the hardware and showing the “GAMEBOY” introductory animation. Read all about the details of how I dumped the ROM as well as download it for yourself (with an almost complete disassembly by Duo) here! (Or just click on the GBC Boot ROM link on the right.)


Posted on Monday, September 28, 2009 @ 10:53:43 GMT (3423 reads)
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Full Untethered release unofficial sn0w Ipod touch 2G
hacks loji writes: "Early this morning a full untethered patch was released! All tools and instructions here, GUI here."
Posted on Thursday, March 12, 2009 @ 04:44:54 GMT (6414 reads)
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iPod touch Gen2 2.2.1 hacked - redsn0w semi-tethered Jail Break
hacks loji writes: "A few weeks ago the newest generation Ipod touches (2.2.1) became hackable with a tethered patch. everytime the unit was reset, it had to be connected to the computer to run .... This week, a semi-tethered patch is confirmed working. once JailBroken, it ipod will simply return to it's default apple state on restart instead of becomming unusable.

Currently all that is needed is a bootrom exploit found to allow Jailbreak all the time. Apple added a sig check between the bootroom, LLB, and iBoot in this version (G2) of hardware."
Posted on Monday, March 09, 2009 @ 09:34:46 GMT (3715 reads)
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R.I.P. BD+ protection
hacks [source:] First off, once again, SlySoft has done it and broken BD+. All current titles except the soon to be released Hitman can be handled and I'm pretty sure we'll see an update to handle the Hitman as well shortly. SlySoft couldn't help but gloat just a little in Fox'es direction, and they have every right to. How about a new slogan: SlySoft - making Blu-ray more consumer friendly one hack at a time. And just in time for Easter they have a 20% rebate - so if you you are looking to unlock your Fox BD titles - it might be a good time to get into the game. And I can't help but notice that this is the first really good high def news since HD DVD's demise (and as much as SlySoft might wish that it makes a comeback, I think it's just not going to happen).

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Posted on Thursday, March 20, 2008 @ 03:46:12 GMT (3421 reads)
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Soldering for Newbs Website Published
hacks brakken writes: "I've just published a new website dedicated on teaching "newbs" how to solder onto the various electronic components you'll find inside various video gaming consoles including pads, via points, ic legs and resistors. If you're new at soldering or just want some general tips and tricks check it out."
Posted on Saturday, October 13, 2007 @ 02:55:51 GMT (3712 reads)
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HD DVD and Blu-ray processing key found
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Those cooky kids over at the Doom9 forums hate themselves some DRM. Not more than two months after discovering a means to extract the HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc "volume keys" to decrypt AACS DRM on individual films, we're now getting word that DRM hacker arnezami has found the "processing key" used to decrypt the DRM on all HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc films. Let's break this down for what it is: instead of needing individual keys for each and every high-definition film -- of which there are many -- the processing key can be used to unlock, decrypt, and backup every HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc film released so far. As arnezami points out, "nothing was actually hacked, cracked or even reverse engineered." All he had to do was keep an eye on his memory, watch what changed, and voila... the processing key appeared. So kick back and watch the trickle of HD titles hitting the torrents quickly turn into a flood (at ~20GB a pop, that's not an exaggeration) when the BackupHDDVD and BackupBluray utilities (or AnyDVD HD) are updated to reflect the new hack find.
Posted on Wednesday, February 14, 2007 @ 06:10:20 GMT (2702 reads)
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Conexant chipset ADSL terminal
hacks modrobert writes: "I had some fun with the ATU-R ACCESS RUNNER ADSL TERMINAL which is a telnet interface for ADSL modems featuring the Conexant chipset. The 'telnet backdoor' is a well known fact, but there is more. Read about my findings in the forum topic here. Replies are welcome, especially if you have more passwords to share. ;)"
Posted on Sunday, July 02, 2006 @ 13:06:52 GMT (2470 reads)
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How to fix a dead pixel on an LCD monitor
hacks [source:]
Sometimes, if there is a dead pixel, it's usually stuck, as the liquid crystal display (TFT LCD) has not covered the whole screen. This can be easily fixed. Read on for procedure...
Posted on Wednesday, February 01, 2006 @ 06:02:54 GMT (5120 reads)
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Soldering 101 Guide Revised
hacks [source: brakken @]
I've just spent the last three hours revising the Mod That Cube's Soldering 101 Supplement. It now has a cleaner interface, more pictures, a logical order of progression and some more examples (in the form of pictures) on how to solder. This guide isn't just for people who wish to modify their GameCube, but can be useful for anyone thinking out taking the plunge into actually installing a modchip into any video game console. If you have some spare time check it out! Also, don't forget to read the entire guide and practice on some old circuit board before trying to mod anything.
Posted on Friday, December 30, 2005 @ 02:45:32 GMT (2495 reads)
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NES Micro...
hacks modrobert writes: "I found this interesting NES Micro project over at made by Ben Heckendorn. A small portable NES which support original carts, based on the NOAC (NES-on-a-chip) hardware."
Posted on Friday, October 14, 2005 @ 04:49:46 GMT (2461 reads)
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GTA Multi-Player Online Open Source
hacks loji writes: "Multi Theft Auto: Hacking Multi-Player Into Grand Theft Auto With Open Source. "This project is a giant hack, and making it 'clean' has also been quite an undertaking," says Kent Simon, a 22-year-old computer science student at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky, USA, who is responsible for the 3D math and physics calculations in the code of Multi Theft Auto."
Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2005 @ 04:14:50 GMT (2303 reads)
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The Dangerous Brothers strikes again
hacks The Dangerous Brothers, aka Vlad and Igor, have released a hacked BETA firmware which turns a NEC ND 2100A (or 2500A) dvd writer into a dual layer (DVD9, DVD+R9) 2510A! For more hacked firmwares, check out Etna's dvd info pages. I read the story about the hacked NEC ND 2510A firmware at, but for some reason they give no credit to the authors, only a direct link to the file.
Posted on Tuesday, May 18, 2004 @ 08:18:50 GMT (2834 reads)
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